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Bailey House, Inc., a leader in HIV/AIDS housing and services with offices in East Harlem and Greenwich Village, is recognized as one of the best places to work in New York City.

We’re looking for dedicated, dynamic individuals committed to bettering their community. The following positions are currently available. To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements using our online form. You may also apply by fax, email, or mail.

Bailey House, Inc.
1751 Park Ave
New York, NY 10035
Attention: Human Resources
212.633.2932 fax
HR@baileyhouse.org

Available Positions

  • Case Aide
  • Team Leader
  • File Clerk (part-time)
  • Independent Living Skills Specialist
  • Temporary Intake and Outreach Supervisor
  • Patient Navigator

 

Case Aide

The Case Aide is responsible for helping Supportive Housing team provide young adult housing services and case management aimed at developing and enhancing skills of clients within the program.

 Minimum Education/Experience Requirements: 

  •  High School Degree or equivalency.
  • At least 3yrs experience assisting in case management with individuals and families living with HIV and AIDS. 

 

  •  Must be aware and sensitive to the diverse population the program serves. 

 

  • Ability to represent Bailey House, Inc. with professionalism and authority, when working with consumers, all levels of agency staff and for-profit and government representatives.
  • Strong verbal and written communication and relationship building skills.
  • Ability to coordinate detailed projects simultaneously and meet deadlines reliably.
  • Ability to travel around NYC for appointments, apartment inspections and meetings for work-related business.
  • Skilled in using full Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, and Outlook)

 Team Leader

The purpose of this position is to be a part of and lead a team of Case Managers that promotes independent living within a supportive housing program by providing structured case management services aimed at developing and enhancing skills of clients within the program.

  Minimum Education/Experience Requirements:

  •  Must possess an L.M.S.W. or related degree with adherence to ethical standards of the social work profession and at least two years (2) of case management or related experience with individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work utilizing a team approach.
  • Ability to make sound assessments of clients, their needs and develop treatment plans.
  • At least one-year experience with charting and documenting progress of clients as they reach stated goals on their treatment plans.
  • Knowledge of AIDS/HIV resources in the New York City Metro area is helpful.
  • Knowledge of benefits and entitlements available to PLWAs.
  • Bilingual (English- Spanish) is helpful.
  • Must possess ability to set boundaries and limits with client population.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to represent Bailey House, Inc. with professionalism and authority, when working with consumers, all levels of agency staff and for-profit and government representatives.
  • Strong verbal and written communication and relationship building skills.
  • Ability to coordinate detailed projects simultaneously and meet deadlines reliably.
  • Some travel around NYC for appointments required and meetings for work-related business.
  • Skilled in using full Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, and Outlook)

 

File Clerk (Part-Time)

The File Clerk will be responsible for various administrative duties, including filing, copying and labeling; creating new client charts and closing inactive client charts; verifying existing record numbers for documentation. This is a part-time position (3 days / 20 hours per week).

Minimum Education/Experience Requirements:

  • Must possess a High School diploma.
  • Previous filing experience preferred.
  • Experience operating office equipment, such as copy and fax machines.
  • Must be organized, dependable and possess strong time management skills.
  • Skilled in using full Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, and Outlook)

INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS SPECIALIST

 The ILSS is responsible for assisting clients/residents with functioning as independently as possible in an independent or supportive housing environment.  This position works closely with case managers/family case managers and implements service plans that are related to client/resident acquisition of independent living skills and activities of daily living.

 

Minimum Education/Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree; minimum four (4) years required with assisting special needs clients or worked in other settings such as health aid, occupational therapist, etc.
  • Excellent communication; interpersonal and analytic skills required
  • Bilingual – Spanish/English preferred
  • At least one-year experience with charting and documenting progress of clients as they reach stated goals on their treatment plans.
  • Knowledge of AIDS/HIV resources in the New York City Metro area is helpful.
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point and Outlook), knowledge of the Internet search.

Intake and Outreach Supervisor (Temporary)

The Intake and Outreach Supervisor is responsible for internal and external outreach, engagement and intake activities within the Health Home Targeted Case Management Program.  He/she directs intake and outreach activities to allow for streamlined enrollment into the program.  He/she collaborates with partner Health Homes and all Bailey House departments to identify and enroll appropriate clients into program.  The Intake and Outreach Supervisor directly supervises Outreach & Engagement Specialists. 

 Minimum Education/Experience Requirements:

·         Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Human Services or related field OR five years related experience in social service field

·         Excellent verbal and written communication skills

·         Bilingual (English-Spanish) is preferred

·         Two years supervisory experience preferred

·         Knowledge of health care system and community bases navigation programs working with chronic illness preferred

·         Knowledge of housing placement resources for individuals who are both HIV positive and negative preferred

Patient Navigator

The Patient Navigator acts as the medical link between the client and the healthcare system.  The Patient Navigator is responsible for engaging chronically ill individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorders who are lost to care, or who are at risk to become lost to care. The Patient Navigator will work with the Care Manager to identify factors that impact clients and may contribute to increased hospitalizations / ER visits, as well as assist with the coordination of services to help ensure success in medical care and overall increased quality of life.

Minimum Education/Experience Requirements:

  • Associates degree in a related field preferred or High school diploma/GED with 2 years of working experience in medical care coordination field required.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Computer literate and working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and Electronic Health Record systems
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability/interest in working as part of a team.
  • Knowledge of HIV/AIDS, chronic medical conditions, mental illness, substance use, and homelessness.
  • Knowledge of City, State, and Federal entitlement systems is helpful.

Bailey House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We offer competitive salaries along with a comprehensive benefits package for eligible employees. The package includes paid time off – vacation, sick, personal days, and your birthday; medical, dental, and vision plans; retirement savings, life insurance, STD/LTD, flexible spending accounts; employee assistance plan, direct deposit options via MCU, 529 college savings , Carver Federal Savings Bank, Verizon & T- Mobile discounts, TransitChek and much more. Ours is a talented, diverse and creative team of people. Come be part of something amazing!