Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator
Improves market awareness and supports community presence for VNSNY CHOICE SelectHealth within a particular territory, through the coordination and implementation of presentations, events and grassroots strategies to enhance product visibility. Ensures successful membership enrollment in Plan based on eligibility, with a specific focus on the transgender population. Works under general supervision.
- Assists with administering events and activities, such as tabling at street fairs, participating in community-established health fairs, presentations around health education, etc., designed to enhance the visibility of SelectHealth in the community. Provides feedback regarding the effectiveness of programs and events to Outreach and Partnership Development management including recommendations to improve events and strategies to increase product visibility.
- Assists with publicity and promotional efforts for community events to deliver adequate notice to potential participants and to drive event attendance and effectiveness in conjunction with marketing department.
- Evaluates and sets schedule and pace of events.
- Establishes and cultivates relationships with Community Based Organizations (CBO) and FQHCs in conjunction with partnership outreach advocates. Participates in CBO boards, committees and activities to promote community presence and VNSNY footprint.
- Attends weekday, and at times weekend community and SelectHealth events to answer existing and potential member questions; may provide in-person or virtual member orientations if needed.
- Collaborates with Partnership team and Community Based Organization staff to determine and/or partner with specific event(s) offered at site or those created by SelectHealth when necessary.
- Coordinates informational presentations and educates community groups and the public about SelectHealth.
- Helps identify potential community partners and opportunities that may support referrals to SelectHealth.
- Identifies and recommends appropriate campaigns and sponsorships by gathering and assessing pertinent data from the community and contacts, and collaborating with partnership outreach and management.
- Demonstrates familiarity with, and remains updated with respect to, laws, regulations, and policies around SelectHealth marketing and enrollment activities. Stays current on all new marketing policies as designated by NYS dept of Health and adheres to appropriate regulations.
- Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.
We are a talent agency made up of members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies, and all of our talents use their platforms to spread love, positivity, and inspiration. We have two internship positions available, both virtually and in our offices in Nashua, NH. If you know anyone that is interested in getting some hands on experience working with us, or who needs internship credit with this upcoming school year being so different and up in the air,
The New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) seeks an experienced consultant to co-design and facilitate a participatory process for the development of the organization’s next three-year strategic plan, and to roll out the new plan to our community of clients, community members, funders, partner organizations and other stakeholders.
Medical Centre Specialty Pharmacy is hiring a driver!
- This is a Monday through Friday position, 9am to 5pm. Can also be 10am to 6pm. We have some flexibility here,
- Pay Rate is $15-$20, commensurate will skill sets.
- Health and Dental, as well as 401K (up to 5% employer compensation),
- Paid Holidays and 12 Days of Vacation (includes 2 Sick Days) after initial 90 day probationary period.
The HIV Health and Human Services Planning Council is a federally mandated body staffed through the NYC DOHMH Division of Disease Control. The Council is charged with setting priorities and allocations for the use of funds that New York receives under the Ryan White HIV Treatment Extension Act to pay for treatment, care and support for uninsured and under-insured people with HIV.
The mission of the Council is to ensure that people living with HIV and AIDS in the New York Eligible Metropolitan Area will have access to and maintain appropriate, quality services across the continuum of care, resulting in the best possible health and quality of life.
Seeking a CITY RESEARCH SCIENTIST
Listen up artists, writers, poets, doctors and nurses who identify as Two-Spirit, trans men, trans women, people who do not identify with binary genders, and people with fluid or non-conforming gender expressions - the next issue of The Peak Magazine is going to be made for you and by you. We are so excited to announce that we will be putting together a comprehensive Trans Health Resource Guide!
Trans health care has evolved from trans people getting diagnosed with a “disorder” to now wrestling with government subsidies for what many trans individuals see as essential surgeries and services. In this issue, we need your help laying out the complicated and often frustrating world of trans related care, while honoring the ingenuity and brilliance of Trans peoples.
We want to share your stories, your art, and your resources that are related to navigating the oppressive medical systems in hopes of finding community and raising accessibility for folks who are especially marginalized. We encourage submissions that subvert the western medical systems' understanding of health and that display your own personal definition of health.
Whether it’s surgery, hormones, mental health, body positivity, or whatever you as a trans-person wants to contribute to the world about your health experience, we welcome you to share and will continue to center the perspectives and experiences of BIPOC trans individuals. We also welcome trans allies to write for this issue who have extensive knowledge around trans health supports and resources.
Don’t be shy! Aliases welcome.
We accept written submissions in .rtf, .docx, or .odt file formats only, and we recommend a word count of between 500 and 1500 words. Visual art submissions should have a resolution of 200 dpi to 300 dpi and be in CMYK colour mode. All work that is selected for publication will be compensated.
Application link here: https://tinyurl.com/trans-resource-guide
SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
About NEW Pride Agenda
Incorporated in 2019 and with offices in New York City, the NEW Pride Agenda (NPA) is a New York nonprofit (501(c)(3)) organization with a mission focused on expanding and ensuring LGBTQI+ rights via advocacy and civic engagement across New York State. NPA believes that LGBTQI+ rights are human rights and we are committed to furthering dignity, respect, and equity for all in our community. Building upon New York’s rich history of LGBTQI+ leadership and advocacy, and working in partnership with our diverse community and a host of LGBTQI+ and intersecting social justice organizations and movements, NPA strives to empower the LGBTQI+ community by organizing and building upon the community’s unique talents to secure our shared policy goals – from civil rights and racial justice and equity to housing, health care, criminal justice, education, and beyond. NPA’s annual budget is presently under $1 million and it is governed by a diverse, ten-member (and growing) board of directors from across New York State.
LifeWorx, an elder care and domestic staffing company, is looking for compassionate, experienced caregivers to work with their clients in the Greater New York area. Elder care positions pay $17-20/hour or $200-250/day for live-in shifts. Full time nanny and housekeeper positions are typically $1000-1400/week. Must have driver’s license and car, 2+ years of experience, work authorization, and speak English.
Would you like to become a part of the COVID-19 Contact Tracing Initiative? New York State is now searching for volunteers to fill three types of jobs: Contact Tracers, Team Supervisors and Community Support Specialists. Visit this website to apply today.
- Contact Tracers are responsible for reaching out to the contacts of anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 to assess symptoms, ensure quarantine compliance and determine social support needs.
- Team Supervisors lead a team of 20 Contact Tracers, and one Community Support Specialist who are working remotely, using digital tools.
- Community Support Specialists work with the team and the local health departments to address the physical/mental health, and social/human service needs of each family, especially for those who are in isolation or under quarantine.
New York State plans to hire a team of 6,400 to 17,000 staff, to support the New York State Department of Health and local health departments in performing contact tracing in communities across the state. The final number of staff will also depend on the projected total number of COVID-19 cases.
More information about how to apply to be a part of the NYS Contact Tracing Team can be found on the Westchester County Health Department Coronavirus Page. Visit the New York State website to find out more about how you can help.