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Behavioral Health
Outreach Worker & Advocate [Job ID #620]
Youth Counselor & Outreach Worker [Job ID #619]
Counselor & Advocate - Violence Recovery Program [Job ID #615]
Bilingual Counselor - Violence Recovery Program [Job ID #594]
Therapist - The Borum [Job ID #592]
Therapist [Job ID #576] 4 openings
Clinical Manager of Behavioral Health - Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center [Job ID #556]
Substitute Detox Acupuncturist [Job ID #519]

Dental
Dental Assistant - Part Time [Job ID #621]
Dentist - Part Time [Job ID #598]

Development & Communications
Development Coordinator [Job ID #605]

The Fenway Institute
Training and Outreach Coordinator - the LGBT Aging Project [Job ID #624]
Senior Research Assistant - Epidemiology Team [Job ID #610]
Research Assistant - Bio / Behavioral [Job ID #609]
Research Assistant - Biomedical [Job ID #607]
Compliance and Quality Control Assistant [Job ID #596]
Postdoctoral Fellowship in HIV/Infectious Disease Epidemiology [Job ID #581-A]
Project Manager in HIV/Infectious Disease Epidemiology [Job ID #581-B]
Clinical Applications Support Specialist [Job ID #578] - Temporary full time position

Finance & Billing
Accounts Receivable Assistant [Job ID #593] 

Government Relations
Outreach and Education Specialist [Job ID #623]
Contract Performance & Reporting Manager [Job ID #587]

Human Resources
Recruitment Specialist [Job ID #617] 

I.T
Jr. Network Administrator [Job ID #614] 

Medical
Entry Level Medical Assistant - Fenway : South End [Job ID #162]
LPN [Job ID #599]
Medical Assistant - Temporary [Job ID #602]
Physician - Women's Health [Job ID #101]
Physician - HIV and Gay Men's Health [Job ID #101]
Per-Diem Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners [Job ID #360]
Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant[Job ID #103]

Patient Services
Patient Services Coordinator - Part Time [Job ID #622]
Patient Services Coordinator [Job ID #568]
Patient Services Coordinator - Per Diem [Job ID #586]

 

 

Training and Outreach Coordinator – the LGBT Aging Project [Job ID #624]

The LGBT Aging Project, a program of the Fenway Institute, is dedicated to ensuring that LGBT older adults have equal access to life-prolonging benefits, protections, services and institutions.

Reporting to the Director of the LGBT Aging Project, the Training and Outreach Coordinator will have primary responsibility for community health education services, coordination of trainings and outreach programs for LGBT older adults and caregivers. Responsibilities include administrative management and general program support as well.

Primary responsibilities include: developing and overseeing community outreach and health education events for LGBT older adults, including planning the education and wellness series, developing workshops on a variety of themes, engaging speakers, and coordinating logistics for events; developing culturally relevant participant education and promotional materials; building  relationships with collaborating organizations and internally among departments at Fenway Health; attending community events to represent LGBT Aging Project and distribute relevant information; maintaining  accurate records to demonstrate the impact and reach of community outreach services ; and managing data collection and reporting required for funding sources.

Additional responsibilities include: developing new strategies to engage target populations, including LGBTs of color, transgender older adults; maintaining and updating resource materials; assisting with the marketing of programs and staff community visibility activities; and maintaining staff presentation and activity schedules.

Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of three years of  related work experience
  • Master’s degree in a related field preferred
  • Project management experience  (ability to handle multiple tasks, prioritize assigned duties)
  • Experience in community organizing, social services, and health care preferred
  • Knowledge of LGBT community and an interest in LGBT Aging
  • Experience working with older adults of all backgrounds, particularly LGBT, elders of color, individuals with disabilities preferred
  • Self-motivated, organized and creative
  • Demonstrated ability to create and follow office and administrative systems
  • Ability to work independently and feel comfortable in ambiguous situations
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent relationship-building skills
  • Word, Publisher, Excel, and social media skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with other members of a team
  • Availability to a represent the Aging Project at program events on evenings/weekends as needed
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #624.

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Patient Services Coordinator – Part Time [Job ID #622]
15 hours per week

The Patient Services Coordinator is responsible for provision of excellent customer service, patient registration and documentation, appointment scheduling, and patient flow at our Fenway: South End practice. This is a highly visible position, with extensive patient contact, both in person and by telephone.

Typical duties include, but are not limited to: providing excellent customer service to all clients; managing client phone calls and inquires; scheduling appointments; coordinating patient registration and documentation; obtaining accurate insurance eligibility information; and performing data entry. 

Requirements:

  • Minimum of high school graduate or GED
  • Two years office experience in healthcare preferred
  • Experience receiving and reconciling payments preferred
  • Familiarity with obtaining medical referrals and insurance authorizations desirable
  • Prior computer experience necessary
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus, but not required
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #622

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Outreach and Education Specialist [Job ID #623]
Must be available to work nights and weekends, as required.

The Outreach and Education Specialist is responsible for developing, implementing and participating in community outreach and education activities; and providing project support to Fenway Health’s office of Government Relations related to its participation in national and local LGBTQ community organizations and projects. 

Primary responsibilities include: supporting the implementation of community outreach and engagement efforts for all Fenway Community Health Center sites; participating in outreach in area neighborhoods and the larger community including schools, community organizations, and LGBTQ groups; building relationships with other community outreach staff and LGBT organizations; supporting the coordination of community outreach and engagement efforts across Fenway departments and programs;  documenting and reporting all engagement activities; supporting activities related to our participation in national LGBTQ coalitions; maintaining and widening relationships with city, state and federal offices; and supporting the development of resource lists for political and social issues affecting the health centers, LGBT populations, community based primary care and HIV programs and services.

Additional responsibilities include: assisting  in the day-to-day tasks of outreach planning and implementation; responding to community speaking or presentation requests; supporting to reach out to the diverse communities that comprise the LGBTQ community, including young people, older people and racial, ethnic and sexual minority persons;   and supporting  initiatives to improve patient retention in care.

Requirements

 

  • BA degree in related field, related college coursework e.g. in health marketing, health education and one year of related experience or 3 years of direct experience in community organizing and/or outreach experience
  • Experience with service delivery
  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to diverse communities, particularly communities of color and LGBTQ communities
  • Knowledge and/or experience working within LGBTQ communities in Boston and the surrounding areas is required
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines within a team environment
  • Bilingual language skills in English/Spanish a plus
  • Experience with MS Office software (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #623.

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Dental Assistant – Part Time – [Job ID #621]

This is a benefits eligible, part-time position, working 32.75 hours per week.

Under the direct supervision of the Lead Dental Assistant, the Dental Assistant is responsible for assisting the Dentists and Dental Hygienist in the direct provision of primary care dental services to patients. The Dental Assistant should be a qualified individual to assist the Dentists and Hygienist in the care and treatment of patients.

Typical duties will include, but are not limited to, sterilization of dental instruments, chair side assisting, and inventory control of dental instruments and supplies. The Dental Assistant may also be required to assist in front end operations as needed.

Requirements:

  • Have a minimum of three years related dental experience, preferably in a health center or multi-practice setting
  • Able to work effectively at all levels in collaborative team environment.
  • Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, and other office procedures and terminology.
  • Current CPR (BLS) certification
  • Radiology certification
  • Experience taking digital x-rays
  • Certified Dental Assistant preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred;
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #621

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Recruitment Specialist [Job ID #617]

The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.

Fenway Health is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion. We recognize the rich variety of backgrounds, experiences and points of view of a diverse staff enhances both the quality of the services we provide and the excitement and innovative spirit of our work culture. We are seeking a Recruitment Specialist to join our fast-paced Human Resources Department.

Under the direction of the Human Resources Director, the Recruitment Specialist is responsible for carrying out all recruitment efforts for the health center. In addition, this position is responsible for assisting employees in answering HR related questions, and providing support to the HR Department’s general operational activities.

Recruitment responsibilities include: working with hiring managers to create advertisements for job openings;  identifying, recommending, utilizing, and tracking appropriate, job-specific recruitment sources, including effective diversity, disability and veteran sources;  responding to employment inquiries and disseminating application materials to hiring managers; building and maintains an active talent pipeline through creative sourcing to identify active and passive candidates;  assisting hiring managers with the full cycle interview process by conducting phone screens and scheduling interviews as requested; conducting reference checks; and providing assistance to hiring managers and HR staff in regards to applicant tracking and annual reporting.

Human Resources Administration responsibilities include: answering employee questions regarding benefits, and HR policies and procedures; using online and other resources to add and remove staff from benefits plans in a timely manner;; assisting in the coordination of the annual benefit fair and open enrollment; assists with maintenance of Staff Personnel Files and documents, while maintaining employee confidentiality at all times, including preparing HR files and documents for agency wide site visits and audits; maintaining and updating a variety of forms and presentations for events such as new hire orientation and supervisory trainings; assisting in the scheduling, planning and follow-up of meetings and events as assigned ; maintaining and updating a variety of lists, documents and online resources; coordinating inventory and replenishing of department office supplies; preparing purchase orders for payment; and filing all department paperwork in a timely manner.

Individuals with experience working in the staffing industry are encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

 

  • Minimum of high school graduate or equivalent
  • Minimum of two years high-volume recruitment experience
  • Demonstrated track record of recruiting viable diversity, disability and veteran candidates
  • Experience with MS Office software (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Experience working with applicant tracking software strongly preferred
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize assigned duties
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and maintain confidentiality
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #617.

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Outreach Worker & Advocate – Part-time (22.5 hours or 3 days/week) [Job ID #620]

The Violence Recovery Program (VRP) is a grant-funded program that is part of the Behavioral Health department at Fenway Health, a federally-qualified health center with a mission to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.  The VRP provides counseling, support groups, advocacy and referral services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) clients who have experienced recent anti-LGBTQ hate violence, partner abuse/domestic violence, sexual assault and police misconduct.  The VRP also offers training and in-services to community groups and professionals about LGBTQ violence issues. 

The Outreach Worker and Advocate serves as the primary liaison between the VRP and state and community based victim/survivor service providers and survivor-led organizations.  The Outreach Worker/Advocate provides information to community members, service providers and others about VRP services and raises awareness LGBTQ violence issues.  The Outreach Worker/Advocate facilitates trainings and in-services to improve provider and system responses to LGBTQ survivors of violence.  The Outreach Worker/Advocate also provides supportive counseling and advocacy to LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence/partner abuse, sexual assault, hate violence and police misconduct.  The primary job responsibilities are:

Community outreach, training and in-services: Conduct outreach about VRP services and LGBTQ violence issues at community events and to community groups, service providers and members the LGBTQ community, particularly those who are underserved and marginalized; develop and maintain a network of agencies and community organizations for the purpose of referrals, collaboration and strengthening community relationships; work with law enforcement officials in an effort to promote the public safety and civil rights of the LGBTQ community and to ensure accessibility and follow-up services for LGBTQ survivors of violence; develop public awareness campaigns, events and workshops addressing issues of LGBTQ violence; create and distribute outreach materials; lead and maintain social media efforts; facilitate trainings and in-services for students, advocates, professionals and community groups about LGBTQ violence issues.

Direct services to LGBTQ survivors of violence: Conduct intake and assessment with new clients, including screening for partner abuse; provide supportive counseling and advocacy, which includes safety-planning and information-sharing about dynamics of power and control and violence recovery resources; assist clients to navigate legal and criminal justice systems, which includes connecting clients to legal services for civil and criminal cases; accompany clients to court and/or law enforcement, as appropriate; connect clients to services and resources to meet their medical, behavioral health and basic needs; coordinate client care with providers within and outside of the health center.

Additional VRP responsibilities include participating in regular department and program meetings; preparing reports and statistics; and maintaining documentation of services delivered.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience working within and/or on behalf of LGBTQ persons/communities
  • Strong public speaking/training skills
  • Knowledge of and commitment to addressing issues of domestic violence/partner abuse, sexual violence, hate violence and/or other violence recovery issues
  • Experience providing direct service to survivors of violence or in other human service capacities preferred
  • Knowledge of the legal and criminal justice systems and experience with advocacy strongly preferred
  • Experience in community outreach, networking and collaborations strongly preferred
  • Experience with and commitment to working with people from a range of diverse backgrounds, cultures, identities and lived experiences
  • Able to work a flexible schedule
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • Fluency in Spanish and English ideal but not required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #620.

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Youth Counselor & Outreach Worker [Job ID #619]

The Violence Recovery Program (VRP) is a grant-funded program that is part of the Behavioral Health department at Fenway Health, a federally-qualified health center with a mission to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.  The VRP provides counseling, support groups, advocacy and referral services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) clients who have experienced recent anti-LGBTQ hate violence, partner abuse/domestic violence, sexual assault and police misconduct.  The VRP also offers training and in-services to community groups and professionals about LGBTQ violence issues. 

The Youth Counselor and Outreach Worker position is part of the VRP’s newly implemented Youth Empowered Project (YEP) aimed at expanding the VRP’s capacity to serve transitional aged youth.  At this beginning stage of the project, the VRP is focusing on services for older transitional aged youth, ages 18 to 24, while preparing to extend services to minors in the future.  Using a harm-reduction, trauma-informed approach and incorporating the strengths-focused tenets of positive youth development, YEP aims to empower youth involvement in their process of healing from trauma.  The Youth Counselor/Outreach worker will provide trauma-informed counseling and advocacy services to LGBTQ transitional aged youth and adults.  The Youth Counselor and Outreach Worker will also serve as the primary liaison between the VRP and state and community based youth-focused organizations.  This role involves targeting outreach to LGBTQ youth in venues where they congregate or where they seek other supports and services with youth-serving groups and agencies, and engaging youth directly around issues of LGBTQ youth violence.  Primary job responsibilities are: 

  • Individual and group counseling: Conduct intake and assessment with new clients, including screening for partner abuse; provide trauma-focused individual counseling, which includes safety-planning, stabilization of symptoms and psychoeducation regarding the impact of trauma and dynamics of power and control; conduct mental health evaluations, as needed.  Recruit and screen applicants and facilitate trauma-informed support and psychoeducational groups for LGBTQ survivors of trauma; create and revise curricula for new and on-going groups.
  • Advocacy: Assist clients to navigate legal and criminal justice systems, which includes connecting clients to legal services for civil and criminal cases; accompany clients to court and/or law enforcement, as appropriate; connect clients to services and resources to meet their medical, behavioral health and basic needs; coordinate client care with providers within and outside of the health center.
  • Community outreach, training and in-services: Conduct outreach in coordination with VRP and Fenway Health staff in order to disseminate information about VRP services and to improve provider and system responses to LGBTQ youth who have experienced violence; develop and maintain a network of agencies and community groups; develop public awareness campaigns, events and workshops addressing issues of LGBTQ youth violence; create and distribute outreach materials; lead and maintain social media efforts; facilitate trainings and in-services for students, advocates, professionals and community groups about LGBTQ youth violence issues.
  • Engagement of youth: Facilitate workshops, groups, events and activities focused on education and empowerment in response to experiences of violence; collaborate with other youth-serving providers to create and facilitate peer leadership activities that will engage LGBTQ youth to learn about, organize and/or train around issues of LGBTQ violence.

Additional VRP responsibilities include participating in regular department and program meetings; preparing reports and statistics; and maintaining documentation of services delivered.

The Youth Counselor/Outreach Worker works out of two Fenway Health locations in Boston: the Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center at 75 Kneeland Street, and the main VRP site at 1340 Boylston Street.  The Youth Counselor and Outreach Worker serves as a resource to staff at both sites, providing consultation to staff and free on-site direct services to clients.  

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related field
  • Counseling/therapy experience
  • Experience working within and/or on behalf of LGBTQ persons/communities
  • Strong public speaking/training skills
  • Experience in creating and facilitating groups and/or activity-based workshops
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to addressing issues of domestic violence/partner abuse, sexual violence, hate violence and/or other violence recovery issues
  • Knowledge of the legal and criminal justice systems and experience with advocacy preferred
  • Experience in community outreach, networking and collaborations strongly preferred
  • Experience with and commitment to working with people from a range of diverse backgrounds, cultures, identities and lived experiences
  • Able to work a flexible schedule
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #619.

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Counselor & Advocate – Violence Recovery Program [Job ID #615]

The Violence Recovery Program (VRP) is a grant-funded program that is part of the Behavioral Health department at Fenway Health, a federally-qualified health center with a mission to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.  The VRP provides counseling, support groups, advocacy and referral services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) clients who have experienced recent anti-LGBTQ hate violence, partner abuse/domestic violence, sexual assault and police misconduct.  The VRP also offers training and in-services to community groups and professionals about LGBTQ violence issues. 

The Counselor and Advocate’s primary role is providing counseling and advocacy to LGBTQ survivors of recent violence.  The Counselor/Advocate also participates in VRP outreach efforts and facilitates trainings and in-services for professionals and community groups.  The main job responsibilities are:

  • Individual counseling: Conduct intake and assessment with new clients, including screening for partner abuse; provide trauma-focused individual counseling, which includes safety-planning, stabilization of symptoms and psychoeducation regarding the impact of trauma and dynamics of power and control; conduct mental health evaluations as needed for legal purposes. 
  • Group counseling: Recruit and screen applicants and facilitate trauma-informed support and psychoeducational groups for LGBTQ survivors of trauma; create and revise curricula for new and on-going groups. 
  • Advocacy: Assist clients to navigate legal and criminal justice systems, which includes connecting clients to legal services for civil and criminal cases and for immigrant clients who are seeking asylum due to anti-LGBTQ persecution; accompany clients to court and/or law enforcement, as appropriate; connect clients to services and resources to meet their medical, behavioral health and basic needs; coordinate client care with providers within and outside of the health center.
  • Outreach, training and in-services: Facilitate in-services and trainings to students, professionals and community groups within and outside of the health center on topics related to LGBTQ violence; participate in outreach efforts and collaborations within and outside of the health center, focused on improving responses to and services for LGBTQ survivors.

Additional VRP responsibilities include participating in regular department and program meetings; preparing reports and statistics; and maintaining documentation of services delivered. 

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social Work, counseling, or psychology
  • Counseling/therapy experience
  • Experience working within and/or on behalf of LGBTQ persons/communities
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to addressing issues of domestic violence/partner abuse and other violence recovery issues
  • Knowledge of the legal and criminal justice systems and experience with advocacy preferred
  • Public speaking skills strongly preferred
  • Experience with and commitment to working with people from a range of diverse backgrounds, cultures, identities and lived experiences
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally and racially diverse staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals

Resumes and cover-letters can be emailed to employment@fenwayhealth.org

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #615

LGBTQ-identified persons, people of color and Bilingual (Spanish/English) applicants are encouraged to apply.

Fenway Health is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Fenway Health is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation or identification, age, marital status, disability or veteran status, or to other non-work-related factors.

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Jr. Network Administrator [Job ID #614]

The Junior Network Administrator assists Fenway Staff head office and remote locations with support including specifications, installation and testing of computer systems, server maintenance, group policy deployment, network security, and peripherals within established guidelines.

Typical Duties include: assisting staff with the installation and configuration of computers, software and network systems; working with vendors to resolve technical problems; ensuring desktop computers interconnect seamlessly with all required systems; assisting IT staff to maintain telephone system; and assisting with maintenance and testing of servers and associated equipment.

Note: Work involves moderate physical activity and considerable exposure to unusual elements such as extreme temperatures and/or loud noises.

Requirements:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited School of Computer or Information Science required
  • Ability to safely lift and carry items weighing up to 20 pounds required
  • Working knowledge of all phases of implemented technologies
  • Demonstrable knowledge of diverse systems including associated validation systems, file servers, email servers, computer conferencing systems, application servers and administrative systems.
  • Facility with written and verbal technical support
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, vendors and visitors to facility
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred. 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. 

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #614

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Entry Level Medical Assistant – Fenway: South End [Job ID #612]

The Medical Assistant serves as part of a multidisciplinary team in a challenging and stimulating primary care setting. The Medical Assistant provides support for medical providers and nurses at Fenway Health’s South End practice by assisting with clinical and administrative tasks.

Typical duties could include, but are not limited to:  taking vital signs; room stocking and inventory, helping to plan for patient care, performing EKG’s and point of care lab testing; phlebotomy; assisting with medical procedures; assisting with phone inquiries; reviewing and critically analyzing patient data reports and conducting outreach as needed to support team-based care, and participating in team, department, and company-wide meetings and trainings.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • Successful completion of a Medical Assistant Program or equivalent experience
  • Associate’s degree in Medical Assisting strongly preferred
  • Medical Assistant Certification when eligible
  • Current CPR Certification
  • One year of related work experience in a healthcare setting preferred
  • Strong customer service and problem solving skills, demonstrates critical thinking skills, quick learner, self-motivator, and ability to troubleshoot
  • Good computer skills and ability to access information electronically
  • Demonstrates intellectual independence and initiative and has a desire to learn and develop new skills and better methods of completing work efforts
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills; ability to organize time and priorities effectively, asking for direction when appropriate
  • Flexibility and proven ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Comfortable in a practice environment/culture that promotes ongoing change toward process improvement
  • A calm, patient, flexible, courteous and understanding manner required
  • The ability to work well both independently and within a team environment required
  • Demonstrated interest in LGBT health and commitment to community health strongly preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. No third party resumes accepted.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #612

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Senior Research Assistant – Epidemiology Team [Job ID #610]

The Senior Research Assistant assists in the implementation of a longitudinal epidemiologic study of social, sexual and drug use networks of high-risk male sex workers who have sex with other men (MSM sex workers).

Typical Duties include: implementing recruitment efforts that lead to study participation; conducting interviews and arranging study visits with study participants as specified by study protocol; coordinating study retention efforts; traveling to other study site in Providence, RI for study visits; maintaining regulatory procedures; assisting in the development of study materials; conducting STI specimen collection procedures including phlebotomy; and conducting pre and post-test HIV counseling and rapid testing with study participants.

Additional Duties include: assisting with the publication of research findings through editing, writing, and preparation of manuscripts and conference presentations; assisting with grant writing and study progress reports as needed; maintaining current knowledge of HIV research by reading medical journals, articles and other HIV-related publications; and attending conferences, seminars, forums, trainings and other presentations pertinent to the field.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social science research or related field
  • Prior professional or personal experience working with gay, bisexual and other MSM
  • Experience with substance abuse and/or HIV risk reduction
  • Familiarity and comfort with HIV prevention issues facing MSM and other groups at high-risk for HIV infection
  • Knowledge of gay and bisexual male communities in the Boston-area strongly preferred
  • Experience working in human subjects and HIV prevention research preferred
  • Prior training in HIV and STI testing and counseling preferred
  • Certification in basic phlebotomy preferred
  • Previous experience developing and carrying out recruitment efforts with hard to reach populations preferred 
  • Excellent communication (both written and verbal) and computer (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Power-Point, Email) skills
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Leadership skills and proven track record of accountability
  • The ability to meet deadlines within a team environment
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #547

Fenway Health is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Fenway Health is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation or identification, age, marital status, disability or veteran status, or to other non-work-related factors.

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Research Assistant – Bio/Behavioral [Job ID #609]
This is a temporary position, lasting approximately 11 months.

The Research Assistant assists in the implementation of two behavioral research interventions, one targeting problematic alcohol use among heavy drinking HIV+ MSM and the other addressing discrimination and medical mistrust among Black HIV+ MSM.

Primary responsibilities include: implementing recruitment efforts that lead to study participation; identifying and establishing recruitment sources; interviewing potential participants; coordinating study retention efforts, including calling participants and interfacing with Fenway medical staff; assisting investigators in assembling materials needed by the Institutional Review Board;  assisting with the publication of research findings through editing, writing, and preparing results, and preparing research findings in poster or presentation format; arranging, coordinating, and overseeing appointments with clients; assessing  and documenting eligibility and participation status of candidates; arranging follow-up appointments; and conducting all lab work related to study protocols including obtaining all certifications necessary to conducting phlebotomy, processing blood drawn, shipping blood within IATA standards, and coordinating with study laboratories regarding shipments.

Additional responsibilities include: maintaining and updating related databases; performing administrative duties, as needed, in the development of research proposals; utilizing library and electronic databases to locate and obtain research articles; participating in quality control efforts in accordance with the study protocol and quality management plan; and maintaining current knowledge of HIV research by reading medical journals, articles, and other HIV-related publications, attending conferences, seminars, forums, trainings, and other presentations pertinent to the field.

Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in social science field
  • College-level coursework in research design or statistics for behavioral or social sciences
  • Two years of health-related research experience preferred
  • One to two years of experience in a health care setting preferred
  • Experience with HIV/AIDS or other confidential medical services highly desired
  • Demonstrated ability to take responsibility for assignments and deadlines and to work as part of a team
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills
  • Experience working with diverse communities at risk for HIV infection, particularly gay/lesbian, African American and Latino preferred
  • Strong computer (Microsoft Word PowerPoint, Outlook) skills and familiarity with database software (Microsoft Excel, Access) preferred
  • Certified or willing to become certified in phlebotomy preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #609

Fenway Health is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Fenway Health is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion, and encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation or identification, age, marital status, disability or veteran status, or to other non-work-related factors.

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Research Assistant- Biomedical [Job ID #607]

Under the direction of the Project Director, the Research Assistant (RA) works with medical, outreach, and research staff in implementation and operation of study protocols.

This is temporary position, ending by 3/31/15, with possibility of extension based on funding and departmental needs.

Typical duties include: navigating participants through study visits and procedures; reviewing and discussing the informed consents with clients; assisting with medical/study procedures; conducting pre-and post-test HIV counseling and education; conducting behavioral interviews with study participants; performing phlebotomy on study participants; supporting participants with navigation in the health care and social service systems; and performing quality control checks of study documents.

Additional duties include: working with the medical staff to recruit study volunteers; educating potential volunteers about the trial; processing laboratory specimens; arranging, coordinating, and conducting appointments with participants; and completing study documents accurately and in a timely manner, including maintaining and updating study databases.

Requirements

 

  • Bachelors’ degree required
  • At least one year clinical research experience highly desirable
  • HIV Counseling and Testing Experience highly desirable
  • Phlebotomy experience preferred or willingness to learn required
  • Working knowledge of HIV pathophysiology and prevention desirable
  • Attention to detail extremely important
  • Some understanding of subjective physical assessment and interviewing
  • Ability to function autonomously in a collaborative interdisciplinary team involving research, medical and mental health care
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment and capacity for detail oriented multitasking
  • Familiarity and interest in working with men at high risk for HIV
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse work staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

 When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #607

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Development Coordinator (605)

The Development Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing specific fundraising programs including Harbor to the Bay and the Young Leaders Council, as well as serving as part of Fenway’s individual giving team.

Primarily responsibilities include: serving as the primary Fenway administrator for the Harbor to the Bay annual bike ride; attending Harbor to the Bay committee meetings; creating and implementing a business plan to recruit riders for Team Fenway and Team YLC in order to raise annual budgeted goal amount to support Fenway Health; managing the Young Leaders Council (YLC) Steering Committee and Co-Chairs, leading all meetings and events related to the YLC, and serving as staff liaison for all YLC members; managing a portfolio of individual donors and prospects, and soliciting and stewarding donors and prospects through direct personal contact and written communications.

Additional responsibilities include: attending events and committee meetings necessary to identify and cultivate Harbor to the Bay riders and YLC members to Fenway Health; managing outreach efforts for the Harbor to the Bay and YLC, including through social media (Facebook, Twitter); participates as rider or crew member in the annual Harbor to the Bay Ride on ride day; and serving as the primary contact for community groups and college affinity groups that want to be more involved with Fenway.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of one year of Development experience is required, two to three years preferred
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree is required
  • Proficiency with all Microsoft Office software required; knowledge of Raiser’s Edge software and Facebook preferred
  • Previous work with volunteer committees preferred
  • Ability to work independently, be extremely detail-oriented, and manage and prioritize multiple tasks at once
  • Commitment to the mission of the organization
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse work staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes without a cover letter expressing interest in employment at Fenway Health will not be accepted.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #605

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Patient Services Coordinator [Job ID #568]

The Patient Services Coordinator is responsible for provision of excellent customer service, patient registration and documentation, appointment scheduling, and patient flow. This is a highly visible position, with extensive patient contact, both in person and by telephone.

Typical duties include, but are not limited to: providing excellent customer service to all clients; managing client phone calls and inquires; scheduling appointments; coordinating patient registration and documentation; obtaining accurate insurance eligibility information; and performing data entry. 

Requirements:

  • Minimum of high school graduate or GED
  • Two years office experience in healthcare preferred
  • Experience receiving and reconciling payments preferred
  • Familiarity with obtaining medical referrals and insurance authorizations desirable
  • Prior computer experience necessary
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus, but not required
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #568

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LPN [Job ID #599]

As a part of the medical team, the LPN will provide nursing support as part of a multidisciplinary team in a stimulating primary care setting.

Typical duties include: triaging telephone and walk-in patients; assisting clinical staff to implement immunization and screening plans for patients and staff; providing the full range of supervisory duties to assigned Medical Assistants; and documenting patient information in the electronic medical record system.

Additional duties include: providing direct and age specific patient care by providing wound care, prescription management and phlebotomy; collecting and discussing lab results; insuring smooth patient flow during clinic hours; assisting as necessary with  appointment management; and coordinating the maintenance and management of medical equipment and medical supplies.

Requirements:

  • MA LPN license
  • Current CPR certification required
  • IV insertion / Phlebotomy preferred
  • Minimum 1 year experience in an ambulatory care setting
  • Bilingual English/Spanish language skills preferred
  • Experience with patients with HIV and electronic medical records strongly preferred
  • Interest in LGBT health and commitment to community health preferred
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #599.

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Dentist [Job ID #598]

Part time (23.5 hours per week, Fridays and Saturdays)

Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, the Dentist provides professional, high quality dental diagnosis, treatment and education to a broad range of patients, including children, adolescents and adults.

Typical duties include: providing a full range of general dental services within the dentist’s defined scope of training; achieving the highest levels of quality, efficiency, patient accessibility and responsiveness to patient needs; and utilizing current comprehensive diagnostic and treatment techniques for providing patient care.

Additional duties include: directing and coordinating the patient care activities of dental technical and support staff as requested; following established departmental policies, procedures and objectives; adhering to the principles of continuous quality improvement; maintaining safety, environmental and infection control standards; and performing various other job-related duties as assigned.

NOTE: the Dentist will be expected to maintain necessary credentialing, licensure and continuing education activities.

Educational and certification-related requirements

  • DDS or DMD degree from an accredited U.S. Dental School
  • Current licensure in the state of Massachusetts
  • 3 years general dentistry experience or 1-year AEGD/GPR
  • Valid DEA license
  • Current CPR/AED certification

Required Knowledge, Skill and Technical Qualities

  • Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of modern general dentistry
  • Thorough knowledge of dental terminology and dental science
  • Knowledge of current principles, methods and procedures for the delivery of dental evaluations, diagnosis and treatment
  • Thorough understanding of the theories, methods and procedures for the prevention of dental diseases and the required corrective treatment
  • Knowledge of a community-based dental environment
  • Ability to supervise and train employees, to include organizing, prioritizing and scheduling work assignments
  • Knowledge of ethical and legal standards for the delivery of dental care
  • Ability to observe, assess and accurately record symptoms, reactions and progress
  • Knowledge of relevant drugs and non-pharmaceutical patient care aides and the ability to prescribe dosage and instruct patients in correct usage
  • Ability to develop and implement individualized dental care plans for patients 

Behavioral Qualities

  • Ability to foster a cooperative work environment
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision
  • Ability to respond effectively to pressure situations and time limits 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #598.

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Compliance and Quality Control Assistant [Job ID #596]

The Compliance and Quality Control Assistant provides quality control and regulatory support to The Fenway Institute’s research compliance program.

Primary responsibilities include: tracking and conducting quality control audits of research protocols; maintaining quality control files and supporting error prevention; reviewing data fax and quality control queries with study coordinators to support timely resolution; assisting study teams with preparations for site activation, monitoring and auditing visits; coordinating Internal Review Board (IRB) operations and administrative matters, including operations of the monthly IRB meeting, IRB member trainings, and maintenance of IRB regulatory files; assisting with data extraction, data entry and quality checking; maintaining standard operating procedure files for TFI; supporting the TFI research compliance training program; maintaining and assisting with the development of standard operating procedure files for TFI

Additional responsibilities include: participating in monthly quality assurance assessment, regulatory audits and improvement activities; supporting staff in filing, organization data and data faxing related to quality control activities; troubleshooting inconsistencies with data and data collection; attending various department meetings for purposes of taking minutes; and completing administrative tasks such as filing, photocopying,  etc.

Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • Undergraduate course work in an applicable field
  • Two years of office experience required
  • Research experience highly desirable
  • Experience with all MS Office software strongly preferred
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize assigned duties
  • Excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to work independently required
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally and racially diverse staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #596.

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Bilingual Counselor - Violence Recovery Program [#594]

The Violence Recovery Program (VRP) is a grant-funded program that is part of the Behavioral Health department at Fenway Health, a federally-qualified health center with a mission to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.  The VRP provides counseling, support groups, advocacy and referral services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) clients who have experienced recent anti-LGBTQ hate violence, partner abuse/domestic violence, sexual assault and police misconduct.  The VRP also offers training and in-services to community groups and professionals about LGBTQ violence issues. 

The Bilingual Counselor provides individual and group counseling and advocacy in English and Spanish to LGBTQ survivors of recent violence.  The Binlingual Counselor also participates in VRP outreach efforts and community collaborations and facilitates trainings and in-services for professionals and community groups.  The primary job responsibilities are:

  • Individual counseling and advocacy: Conduct intake and assessment with new clients, including screening for partner abuse; provide trauma-focused individual counseling in English and Spanish to LGBTQ survivors of violence, including immigrant and asylum-seeking clients.  Counseling includes safety-planning, stabilization of symptoms and psychoeducation regarding the impact of trauma and dynamics of power and control, and conducting mental health evaluations, as needed for legal purposes.  Assist clients to navigate legal and criminal justice systems, including accompanying clients to court and/or law enforcement, as appropriate; connect clients to services and resources to meet their medical, behavioral health and basic needs; coordinate client care with providers within and outside of the health center. 
  • Group counseling: Recruit and screen applicants and facilitate trauma-informed support and psychoeducational groups in English and in Spanish for LGBTQ survivors of trauma; create and revise curricula for new and on-going groups.
  • Collaboration, outreach and training: Facilitate in-services and trainings to students, professionals and community groups within and outside of the health center on topics related to LGBTQ violence, particularly as they impact communities of color; join in outreach efforts and collaborations within and outside of the health center, focused on improving responses to and services for LGBTQ survivors.  Participate as a member of the TOD@S (Transforming Ourselves through Dialogue, Organizing and Services) Project, an on-going collaboration with three partner agencies that aims to improve and increase access to intervention and prevention services for LGBTQ Black and Latin@ communities, as well as other communities of color, who are affected by partner abuse and sexual violence; collaborate with the TOD@S team on the development and delivery of innovative, culturally and clinically informed services for LGBTQ people of color.

Additional VRP responsibilities include participating in regular department and program meetings; preparing reports and statistics; and maintaining documentation of services delivered.

Qualifications

  • Fluency in English and Spanish
  • Master’s Degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related field
  • Counseling/therapy experience
  • Knowledge of, commitment to and experience working with LGBTQ communities
  • Knowledge of and commitment to addressing partner abuse/domestic violence and violence recovery issues
  • Knowledge of, commitment to and experience working with people of color, including Black and Latin@ communities
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including facility with public speaking
  • Ability to work harmoniously with people from a range of diverse backgrounds, cultures, identities and lived experiences

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #594

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Accounts Receivable Assistant [Job ID #593]

 The Accounts Receivable Assistant provides support for the medical billing process, and works in three major areas: processing cash and checks, resolving problem accounts, and reviewing credentials and other billing requirements.

Typical duties include: processing and verifying patient account data, reviewing and posting all 1st and 3rd party payments; and preparing these payments and accompanying EOBs for accurate delivery to the billing vendor.

Additional duties include: analyzing billing, vendor and other records to ensure that all provider credentials and other medical terminology data is accurately entered; and identifying and resolving problem accounts by working collaboratively with Fenway Health staff, billing vendor staff, insurance companies and Fenway Health patients.

Requirements:

  • Associates degree in Business, or High School degree plus two years related experience
  • Basic PC Skills for spreadsheet and word processing applications (knowledge of Word and Excel preferred)
  • Basic understanding of medical terminology
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills and computer experience required
  • Medical and Behavioral Health billing experience preferred
  • Successful customer service experience and billing experience preferred
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally and racially diverse staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this job, please reference Job ID #593.

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Therapist – The Borum [Job ID #592]

The Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center is a program of Fenway Health that provides safe, non-judgmental care for young people ages 12–29 who may not feel comfortable going anywhere else. The behavioral health team at the Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center provides youth-centered, LGBTQ-competent individual, family, couple, and group clinical services.

The full-time staff therapist provides direct clinical services to clients as part of the Borum’s multidisciplinary team.

Typical duties include: conducting intake and evaluation services; providing age appropriate care including individual, couples and group therapy; and completing all required administrative tasks (such as documenting interactions with clients and preparing evaluation summaries).

Requirements:

  • Independent licensure required (LICSW, LMHC, Psy D. or Licensed Ph.D)
  • Knowledge of LGBTQ issues, HIV and substance abuse
  • Experience with treating youth required; experience with treating LGBTQ youth strongly preferred
  • Knowledgeable in adolescent/child growth and development and the needs of emotionally disturbed, mentally ill, substance abusing, or otherwise marginalized clients, including youth; understanding of the range of interventions and treatment required by these populations
  • Knowledge of a variety of mental health approaches
  • Ability to maintain up to date case records
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally and racially diverse work staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #592.

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Patient Services Coordinator - Per Diem [Job ID #586]
This is a per diem position, working on an as-needed basis.

The Patient Services Coordinator is responsible for provision of excellent customer service, patient registration and documentation, appointment scheduling, and patient flow. This is a highly visible position, with extensive patient contact, both in person and by telephone.

Typical duties include, but are not limited to: providing excellent customer service to all clients; managing client phone calls and inquires; scheduling appointments; coordinating patient registration and documentation; obtaining accurate insurance eligibility information; and performing data entry. 

Requirements:

  • Minimum of high school graduate or GED
  • Two years office experience in healthcare preferred
  • Experience receiving and reconciling payments preferred
  • Familiarity with obtaining medical referrals and insurance authorizations desirable
  • Prior computer experience necessary
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus, but not required
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #586.

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Contract Performance & Reporting Manager [Job ID #587]

Under the general supervision of the Director of Government Relations and working in cooperation with the Finance Department staff and data staff, the Contract Performance & Reporting Manager works to ensure the highest standards of compliance with public contract conditions and reporting requirements.

Primary responsibilities include: developing and implementing Fenway’s contract performance and reporting plan; working with departmental staff to create, implement and monitor a schedule for complying with contract conditions and reporting requirements; ensuring compliance with state and federal guidelines, laws and rules; preparing for and implementing site visits by funders and government regulators; developing and monitoring contract budgets in collaboration with finance department staff; offering training, counsel and/or advice to Fenway staff on meeting expected performance and reporting standards; preparing grant and contract annual renewal proposals; and developing and assisting with new proposals.

Additional responsibilities include: attending contract meetings and provide summaries to appropriate staff; creating and preparing detailed and complex written and oral reports; maintaining contracts database; and developing working relationships across departments to facilitate gathering of needed data, and identifying contact staff.

Requirements:

 

  • Advanced degree required (MPA, MPH, JD, MSW or MBA)
  • Experience with public sector grant and contract/project management in either human services or health services
  • Familiarity with public sector contract budget development and forms
  • Excellent written and oral communication, presentation and human relations skills
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret government regulations and requirements related to program performance, outcome measures and other reporting requirements
  • Experience working independently and collegially to resolve problems and ability to exercise sound judgment
  • Proficiency in Excel and MS Word
  • Strong organizational ability, planning, attention to detail and program development skills
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals, including individuals at all levels of government
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #587

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in HIV/Infectious Disease Epidemiology [Job ID #581-A]

Dual appointment at Harvard School of Public Health and The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health

The Postdoctoral Fellow will work as part of a multidisciplinary team engaged in domestic and international public health research. The Fellow will support the implementation of epidemiological studies of HIV in at-risk populations and testing the efficacy of HIV prevention interventions with diverse racial, sexual and gender minority populations.  The Postdoctoral Fellow will be eligible for up to two years of salary (competitive) funded by a Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research. Ideal applicants are those who plan to pursue a Project Director role implementing a portfolio of currently funded projects as part of a research team.

The Fellow will hold a dual appointment at Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology, and the Epidemiology Division at The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health. The Fellow will work closely with Dr. Mimiaga and Epidemiology team research staff to direct multiple projects and maintain uninterrupted and consistent progress toward the achievement of the study specific aims, prepare research results for annual reports to granting agencies, supervise research associates and assist in publishing research findings.

The successful candidate will be mentored in the successful implementation of randomized control trials. The primary focus of this Fellowship is to enhance the research capacity of the Research Program within the Epidemiology Division at The Fenway Institute by fostering existing research collaborations and leading the development of future research protocols.

Required:

  • Applicants must hold a ScD or PhD in epidemiology, psychology, or behavioral science aspects of public health (or equivalent degree in a related field).
  • Demonstrated research background in HIV prevention research and/or work experience with men who have sex with men or other groups at high-risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV.
  • Prior experience working on and/or coordinating human subjects research studies.
  • Advanced training in quantitative and/or qualitative methods, data analysis, and demonstrated proficiency in SAS programming and manipulation of SAS datasets.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills.
  • Superior computer skills (Microsoft Word, Power-Point, Excel, Email) with the competence to master new software applications and technologies.
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals for recruitment into research studies, including sexual minority populations who are at risk for HIV.

Preferred:

  • Experience assisting in the writing of successful NIH-funded research applications.
  • Demonstrated potential to procure future, independent NIH funding.
  • A history of published research in the area of HIV prevention and/or LGBT health.
  • Prior experience managing staff in a research capacity or comparable setting.
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment.

As per funding eligibility, successful candidates are individuals who are currently underrepresented in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences such as:  individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups and individuals with disabilities.

The most important selection criteria will be evidence of superior qualifications and productivity, demonstrated interest in HIV prevention research with racial, sexual or gender minority populations, and career goals that clearly align with this Fellowship training. Competitive applicants will have a record of outstanding achievements, be highly motivated, think independently, and work as part of an integrated multidisciplinary research team.

When applying for this position, please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your interest and fit for the position. Please be sure to reference the job title and job ID #581-A.

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Project Manager in HIV/Infectious Disease Epidemiology [Job ID #581-B]

The Project Manager will work as part of a multidisciplinary team engaged in domestic and international public health research. The Project Manager will support the implementation of epidemiological studies of HIV in at-risk populations and testing the efficacy of HIV prevention interventions with diverse racial, sexual and gender minority populations.  The Project Manager will be eligible for up to two years of salary (competitive) funded by a Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health Related.  The Project Manager will work closely with Dr. Mimiaga and the Epidemiology Team, overseeing and coordinating research projects. Responsibilities include: developing and managing data collection and management tools, overseeing regulatory procedures and assisting in the development of study materials, managing relationships with the study sponsor and investigators, assisting in the development of research projects, analyzing  data, supporting the publication of study findings, and meeting all agency participation expectations.

Required:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree and MA/MS or  MPH in epidemiology, psychology, or behavioral science aspects of public health (or equivalent degree in a related field)
  • Training in quantitative and/or qualitative methods, data analysis, and SAS programming
  • Prior experience working on and/or coordinating human subjects research studies
  • Demonstrated research background in HIV prevention research and/or work experience with men who have sex with men or other groups at high-risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills
  • Superior computer skills (Microsoft Word, Power-Point, Excel, Email) with the competence to master new software applications and technologies
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals for recruitment into research studies, including sexual minority populations who are at risk for HIV
  • Enroll in a doctoral program in epidemiology, biomedical, behavioral, clinical or social sciences in approximately 2 years from hire

 

Preferred:

 

  • Previous experience developing and carrying out recruitment efforts with hard to reach populations
  • A history of published research in the area of HIV prevention and/or LGBT health
  • Prior experience managing staff in a research capacity or comparable setting
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment

 

As per funding eligibility, successful candidates are individuals who are currently underrepresented in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences such as:  individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups and individuals with disabilities.

The most important selection criteria will be evidence of superior qualifications and productivity, demonstrated interest in HIV prevention research with racial, sexual or gender minority populations, and career goals that clearly align with this appointment. Competitive applicants will have a record of outstanding achievements, be highly motivated, think independently, and work as part of an integrated multidisciplinary research team.

When applying for this position, please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your interest and fit for the position. Please be sure to reference the job title and job ID #581-B.

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Clinical Applications Support Specialist [Job ID #578]
Temporary full time position, lasting 6 months.

The Clinical Applications Support Specialist assists with Centricity Electronic Medical Record related activities and collaborates with other departments on CPS related projects. The Clinical Applications Support Specialist ensures that both CPS and its third party software integrations remain maximally functional and secure.

Typical duties include: installing, configuring, and managing interface to connect to the Mass HIway; training staff to use the Mass HIway; maintaining and troubleshooting issues related to the Centricity Practice Solutions system; updating, maintaining and troubleshooting issues associated with third party software integrations; providing support and training to Fenway Health staff; and assisting with the design, implementation and maintenance of electronic medical record reports and third party software.

Additional duties include: creating standard operating procedures (SOPs) relating to CPS; collaborating with the Informatics group to test data integrity; and consulting with internal and external clients to gather information about program needs, functions and maintenance of project plans.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree
  • Education in related field, such as computer science, public health, medicine, mathematics, informatics, or social science
  • Experience with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or third party softwares used with EMR.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Business suite applications (Excel, Word, Power Point, Access)
  • Experience with cross reference files, HL-7, or  interfaces
  • Experience working with software vendors
  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Strong background with Centricity Practice Solutions is preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #578.

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Therapist [Job ID#576] 4 openings

We are seeking dynamic Master’s level clinicians to join our innovative and fast-paced multidisciplinary team as part of our newly expanded Behavioral Health services at Fenway and Fenway: South End. The full-time Staff Therapist provides direct clinical services to clients, including intake and evaluation services, short and long term individual therapy, couples therapy, and group therapy.

Additional responsibilities include: writing treatment plans; completing all required administrative tasks (such as documenting interactions with clients and preparing evaluation summaries); and collaborating with other staff by participating in clinical meetings and consultations.

Requirements:

  • Independent licensure is required (LICSW, LMHC, PsyD or Licensed PhD)
  • LICSW strongly preferred
  • Previous outpatient experience
  • Interest in or experience with LGBT issues, HIV, trauma, compulsive sexual behavior and couples therapy preferred
  • Experience with substance abuse, short-term interventions, group work, and mental health assessment and evaluation is highly desirable
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

Fenway Health is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion. We recognize the rich variety of backgrounds, experiences and points of view of a diverse staff enhances both the quality of the services we provide and the excitement and innovative spirit of our work culture.

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.
When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #576

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Medical Assistant – Temporary [Job ID #602]

Temporary- starting in early November, and lasting approximately 3 months.

The Temporary Medical Assistant serves as part of a multidisciplinary team in a challenging and stimulating primary care setting. The Medical Assistant provides support for medical providers, nurses, and our call center by assisting with clinical and administrative tasks. Work location and duties may vary, depending upon coverage needs.

Typical duties could include, but are not limited to:  taking vital signs; room stocking and inventory, helping to plan for patient care, performing EKG’s and point of care lab testing; phlebotomy; assisting with medical procedures; assisting with phone inquiries, and   participating in team, department, and company-wide meetings and trainings.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • Successful completion of a Medical Assistant Program or equivalent experience
  • Associate’s degree in Medical Assisting strongly preferred
  • Medical Assistant Certification when eligible
  • Current CPR Certification
  • Phlebotomy skills
  • A minimum of one year previous related experience in an ambulatory care setting
  • Experience working with electronic medical records
  • Proficiency in general office use of computers (e.g. working knowledge of MS Outlook and MS Word)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong customer service and problem solving skills
  • A calm, patient, flexible, courteous and understanding manner required
  • The ability to work both independently and within a team environment required
  • Demonstrated interest in LGBT health and commitment to community health strongly preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

 Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #602

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The Trans Health Program at Fenway helps to ensure quality and informed care for trans women, trans men, gender-queer, affirmed men and women, and others who have health care needs unique to gender expressions and identities that may vary from societally imposed expectations or norms.

 

Clinical Manager of Behavioral Health – Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center [Job ID #556]

The Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center is a program of Fenway Health that provides safe, non-judgmental care for young people ages 12–29 who may not feel comfortable going anywhere else. The behavioral health team at the Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center is a group of youth and LGBTQ friendly social workers and clinicians providing individual, family, couple, and group clinical services.

The Clinical Manager at Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center (SBHC) provides direct clinical services to clients of SBHC, and supervision to SBHC therapists and administrative oversight at SBHC on behalf of Fenway’s Behavioral Health department.

Primary responsibilities include: providing direct services to clients  including intakes, short and long term therapy, couple/ family therapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention; supporting and continually improving the provision of professional, comprehensive, and effective clinical services for all BH clients at SBHC site; making employment related decisions regarding SBHC clinical staff; providing leadership and direction to the site; serving as an internal and external resource regarding working competently with youth, and LGBTQ youth in particular; and overseeing adherence to department budget and revenue projections.

Additional responsibilities include: completing all clinical documentation according to departmental standards, license regulations and managed care contract requirements; supporting all efforts to ensure the safety and well-being of clients, staff, and the program; and providing emergency coverage for the program when needed, including scheduled on-call shifts.

Requirements:

 

  • Graduate level degree in mental health, social work, or psychology
  • Independent licensure
  • At least three years of supervisory experience in a mental health and/or substance abuse treatment setting 
  • Experience treating youth required
  • Experience treating LGBTQ youth strongly preferred
  • Experience providing family therapy and/or substance abuse treatment preferred
  • Knowledgeable in adolescent/child growth and development and the needs of emotionally disturbed, mentally ill, substance abusing, or otherwise marginalized clients, including youth; understanding of the range of interventions and treatment required by these populations
  • CANS certified (or willingness to become so)
  • Excellent organizational and writing skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team, and strong leadership skills
  • Experience working with an ethnically, culturally and racially diverse staff preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

 

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered.

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #556

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Substitute Detox Acupuncturist [Job ID # 519]

Under the supervision of the Senior Acupuncturist, the Substitute Detox Acupuncturist provides acupuncture treatments and assessment of patients during scheduled acupuncture detoxification clinics.

Typical duties include: providing an initial screening to determine contraindications to acupuncture treatment; consulting with nursing staff regarding medical screenings; and providing acupuncture treatments, adhering to acupuncture protocols.

Additional duties include providing all necessary clinical and administrative documentation; preparing the clinic for treatments and restocking supplies as needed; and maintaining acupuncture license and CEU requirements.

Please note: This is an on call position to provide coverage for the other acupuncturists’ shifts as needed. Clinics run Monday to Friday from 8-10am and 4:30-6:30pm; Saturdays from 9-11am. Availability for at least four shifts preferred.

Requirements:

  • Masters in Acupuncture or Oriental Medicine from ACAOM accredited school
  • Current MA Licensure in acupuncture
  • Excellent interpersonal and professional boundaries
  • Ability to maintain and enforce clinic policies and procedures
  • Minimum 1 year of postgraduate experience as an acupuncturist
  • NCCAOM certification preferred
  • Experience working in community acupuncture clinics preferred
  • Previous experience with substance abuse population desired

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #519

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Medical Assistant [Job ID #392]

The Medical Assistant serves as part of a multidisciplinary team in a challenging and stimulating primary care setting. The Medical Assistant provides support for medical providers and nurses by assisting with clinical and administrative tasks.

Typical duties could include, but are not limited to: taking vital signs; room stocking and inventory, performing EKG’s and point of care lab testing; phlebotomy; assisting with medical procedures; and participating in team, department, and company-wide meetings and trainings.

Note: Applications or resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. No third party resumes accepted.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required
  • Successful completion of a Medical Assistant Program or equivalent experience
  • Associate’s degree in Medical Assisting strongly preferred
  • Medical Assistant Certification when eligible
  • Current CPR Certification
  • A minimum of one year previous related experience in an ambulatory care setting strongly preferred
  • Strong customer service and problem solving skills
  • A calm, patient, flexible, courteous and understanding manner required
  • The ability to work both independently and within a team environment required
  • Demonstrated interest in LGBT health and commitment to community health strongly preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #392

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Physician - Women's Health [Job ID #101]

Fenway Health is looking for outstanding primary care physicians with a specific interest in women’s health and transgender health.

The Physician will provide outpatient care five days a week. Overnight call occurs about one week out of every thirteen and also entails coverage of the practice’s hospitalized patients at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center during the specified call weekend.

The Physician will provide direct medical services to the full range of Fenway Health patients, including conducting exams, ordering tests, prescribing medication, formulating treatment plans and providing preventive health care advice and psychosocial screening and assessment. There may be the opportunity to supervise mid-level practitioners, medical residents and/or medical students and to contribute to community-based research initiatives.

The physician will be expected to maintain full medical licensure in MA, controlled substance licensure in MA, and a federal DEA license.

Requirements:

  • M.D. or D.O. degree
  • Current Massachusetts medical license, Massachusetts controlled substances registration, and federal DEA license
  • Board certification in internal medicine, infectious disease or family practice
  • Minimum 3 years experience in women’s health
  • An interest in LGBT health and, more specifically, women’s health and transgender health
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #101

 

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Physician – HIV and Gay Men’s Health [Job ID #101]

Fenway Health is looking for outstanding primary care physicians with a specific interest in HIV/AIDS care, gay men’s health, and transgender health.

The Physician will provide outpatient care five days a week. Overnight call occurs about one week out of every thirteen and also entails coverage of the practice’s hospitalized patients at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center during the specified call weekend.

The Physician will provide direct medical services to the full range of Fenway Health patients, including conducting exams, ordering tests, prescribing medication, formulating treatment plans and providing preventive health care advice and psychosocial screening and assessment. There may be the opportunity to supervise mid-level practitioners, medical residents and/or medical students and to contribute to community-based research initiatives.

The physician will be expected to maintain full medical licensure in MA, controlled substance licensure in MA, a federal DEA license, and AAHIVM certification.

Requirements:

  • M.D. or D.O. degree
  • Current Massachusetts medical license, Massachusetts controlled substances registration, and federal DEA license
  • Board certification in internal medicine, infectious disease or family practice
  • Minimum 3 years experience in treating people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • An interest in LGBT health and, more specifically, HIV/AIDS care, gay men’s health, and transgender health
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #101

 

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Per-Diem Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners [Job ID #360]

We are looking for outstanding Per-Diem medical providers with a specific interest in LGBT Health and Primary Care. The medical providers are responsible for providing outpatient care on a per-diem basis and assisting with coverage of both Fenway Health’s Massachusetts DPH sponsored STD Clinic, which takes place on Wednesdays from 4-7pm, and Fenway Health’s weekend episodic care clinic, which takes place on Saturdays from 9am-1pm.

The Physicians will provide direct medical services to the full range of Fenway Health patients, including conducting exams, ordering tests, prescribing medication, formulating treatment plans and providing preventive health care advice and psychosocial screening and assessment.

Requirements:

  • MD, DO, PA, or NP degree
  • Current Massachusetts license
  • Current DEA and Massachusetts Controlled Substances Registrations
  • For Physicians: board certification in internal medicine, an internal medicine subspecialty, emergency medicine, or family practice
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • Previous experience (three years or greater) in a primary care setting is highly desirable
  • Interest in LGBT healthcare is highly desirable
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

When applying for this position, please reference the job title and job ID #360

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Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant [Job ID #103]

As part of a multidisciplinary healthcare team, the Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant will provide general primary care to the full range of Fenway Health patients.

One of the two available positions will have a special emphasis on Men’s Health. When submitting application materials, please indicate the position(s) for which you are applying.

Requirements:

  • Appropriate Massachusetts licensure as well as Board certification
  • Minimum of 2 years of clinical experience as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, including experience treating people living with HIV/AIDS
  • For both positions, an interest in and/or experience with community health; for the Men’s Health position, an interest in and/or experience with Men’s Health
  • Interest in LGBT health highly desirable
  • Previous experience in Primary Care highly desirable
  • The provider will be expected to maintain controlled substance licensure in MA and a federal DEA license
  • AAHIVM certification preferred
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment preferred
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals required

When applying for this position, please reference Job ID #103

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