NYC-AVP Clinician


The New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) is excited to welcome a new member to our team! We are looking to add another radical clinician to our growing Client Services department. The Clinician will provide direct services, including individual and group counseling, advocacy, referrals, and accompaniment, and support AVP’s 24-hour English/Spanish hotline.

AVP empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy.  We were one of the first LGBTQ anti-violence organizations in the country and are a national leader in the anti-violence movement. 

The ideal person for the job has experience providing direct clinical and advocacy services to survivors of violence and has a working knowledge of mainstream domestic and sexual violence services systems, including community-based organizations and the civil and criminal legal system. A commitment to ending violence within and against LGBTQ and HIV-affected communities is a must. Candidates who are proficient in both written and spoken Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applicants should:

  • Have a MSW degree and be LMSW-eligible, or have a related degree and license;
  • Be able to talk about their experience supporting people who identify as LGBTQ, people living with HIV, people of color, immigrants, low-income people, and survivors of violence;
  • Be comfortable and confident working in a multi-disciplinary, direct service / crisis management setting; and
  • Have the capacity to set effective boundaries and honor confidentiality.

This position offers the opportunity to work in an organization that:

  • Is committed to providing strong supervisory support and professional development opportunities for all, including candidates pursuing a LCSW;
  • Values collaboration and creativity in our passionate team;
  • Centers the work on those most impacted by violence, working to find community-based and community-led solutions using a trauma informed and anti-oppressive framework.

This is an at-will, non-exempt position with a salary range of $55,000 - $57,000. Applicants who use more than one language at work are eligible to receive a $1,000 salary enhancement in addition to their base salary.

Hours are generally 10am – 6pm, Monday through Friday, but this position requires some work during the evening and/or weekend to support AVP’s 24-hour hotline on a rotational basis. This position is based in the AVP office in Manhattan and will require a hybrid of both remote and in-person work during 2023.

Good benefits and working environment. Benefits include, but are not limited to, paid time off amounting to over 5 weeks in first year of employment plus generous sick time, medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance, 403(b) retirement investment plan (employee contribution only), flexible spending accounts for medical and transit costs, pooled sick leave, and paid family leave.

Interested applicants can submit their cover letter and resume as a single PDF to by April 21, 2023. After April 21, we will continue to review applications on a rolling basis as long as the position remains open.

No phone calls please. Candidates will be notified if we are seeking an interview; because of the high volume of responses, it may not be possible to respond to all inquiries. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis.

As a state and federal contractor, AVP is required to conduct background pre-hire screenings for many positions. At AVP we aim meet these requirements while still fostering a work environment free from stigma about previous system involvement for all members of our team. To learn more about AVP’s background screening policy, please visit AVP is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals and endeavors to hire individuals of diverse races, colors, creeds, ethnicities, religions, genders, gender identities or expressions, ages, sexes, sexual orientations, national origins, disabilities, and citizen, marital, veteran and HIV statuses.


Manager, Partnerships

Point Source Youth seeks to hire an energetic and innovative Manager of Partnerships to support our rapid growth as we scale-up effective solutions to end youth homelessness across the country, with a focus on BIPOC and Queer youth. We’re looking for exceptional talent to join our passionate, highly motivated, and growing team. This position requires a proactive, flexible, and entrepreneurial mindset suited to a dynamic organization that is continuing to experience rapid growth and transformation. 

The Manager of Partnerships will lend administrative support (organize and schedule meetings, note taking, etc) to the Programs, Partnerships, and Policy Department, as well as occasionally to other departments of the organization. Additionally, this person will be responsible for organizational management of various systems such as Salesforce, Trello, and Google Drive. This newly created position will report to the Director of TA Partnerships. 

Point Source Youth (PSY) is an advocacy leader in the youth homelessness space with a focus on placing power and resources in the hands of LGBTQ+ youth and BIPOC youth. Founded in 2015, PSY focuses on ending youth homelessness by advocating for and implementing youth-directed interventions. 

Point Source Youth is an equal-opportunity employer. Point Source Youth does not discriminate in any of its employment policies or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, sex, disability, age, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other personal characteristic protected by applicable law.

* Candidates with lived experience of homelessness will be prioritized.


Newburgh LGBTQ Center: Hiring Grant Writer / Administrator!

The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center seeks an experienced Grant Writer to work on a part-time/contractual basis to support the organization in grant writing, reporting, and cultivation of relationships with both new and existing funders. Working closely with the executive team and core organizers (the “Get Shit Done Crew”), the Grant Writer will assist in identifying and lead in writing grant applications to support existing programming and organizational growth. The ideal candidate should advance values which align with our own, including the development of an intersectional feminist framework, dedication to abolition, and commitment to dismantling the systems of white supremacy and cis-hetero-patriarchy that oppress us.

Who We Are: 
The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center is a hub for resources, education, community building, advocacy, and organizing for more resilient networks. As a grassroots organization, we work with community members to address economic, racial, and social barriers placed against people who are marginalized and directly impacted by systems of oppression. Through the engagement of legislative policies, access to community resources, and education of local populations, we work to bridge our communities together through mutual aid and programming designed to create relationships across the state of New York.

What is the gig?
We are a formation that is quickly growing and to meet the growth of our organization we need to bring on a grant writer to help us do searches for funds and foundations that we are eligible to apply to, work with our pre-existing language to write new and reapply to granting opportunities,  and help us meet application deadlines and handle grant administration duties. The ideal candidate should also be able to create an internal system for tracking grants that are currently in progress, as well as those which should be pursued, and would have some experience or knowledge on how to cultivate and leverage relationships with foundations, granters, etc.

Are you passionate about and good at writing grants? Want to bring those skills to help us expand our budget? This is the place for you!

Qualifications and Skills:
You may be a good fit to join our team if you:

  • Love writing, and are able to balance a use of clear and concise language with powerful emotional appeals in order to craft compelling narratives and effectively communicate our mission to funders. 
  • Are self-motivated, with excellent organizational skills and the ability to work under strict deadlines.
  • Have the ability to balance and prioritize multiple projects at once.
  • Feel comfortable working both collaboratively and independently on projects.
  • Are passionate about ending the systems of white-cis-hetero-patriarchy that oppress us.
  • Are committed to centering queer BIPOC voices and leadership in the work.
  • Are excited to be part of a small, rad team, where you can work a flexible schedule, maintain ownership of your time and workload, and grow your own skills.

Hours / Salary

  • $25 - $35/hour (commensurate with experience); 10-15 hours a week to start, and will increase as more grants are identified.
  • Potential to grow the position.

How to Apply:
Submit your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample via email to [email protected]. In your email, please be sure to include the words “Grant Writing Application” in the subject line.


Hudson Valley Credit Union: Financial Services Teller

Title: Financial Services Teller
Grade: 14.5
FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt
Reports To: Supervisor Branch Operations
Department Branches



Provide high-quality member service by accurately performing a variety of financial transactions and processing a complete range of branch services for retail and business members. Use a needs based sales approach to establish new memberships, make referrals to business partners, deepen member relationships and retain members.


  • Accurately complete all types of account transactions requested by members by following organizational processes and procedures.  This includes processing negotiable instruments, accurate end-of-day proof and handling large volumes of cash.
  • Open new memberships, new accounts, and new loans and process loan and account transactions for retail and business members. Use needs based sales approach, ask questions to uncover ways to meet members’ financial needs with additional HVCU products and services.
  • Refer members to appropriate business partners based on member needs and capture interactions using the customer relations management software. This includes but is not limited to automated transaction services, real estate loans, business loans and services, investment and insurance services. Provide strong internal service to coworkers throughout the credit union.
  • Contribute to branch and individual sales and service goals. Maintain a working knowledge of HVCU products, services and systems in order to make recommendations based on member needs. Utilize resources to ensure quality member service.
  • Adhere to branch safety and security practices and procedures. This includes member confidentiality, securely maintaining cash and negotiable items, and physical security standards.
  • Support the successful implementation of marketing programs and promotions.  Create member awareness by discussing the features and benefits of the product/service and recommending based on member needs.
  • Assist the branch management team with non-member facing tasks such as providing opening and closing support for the branch, ordering and verifying cash for the branch, assisting with cash control tasks, adhering to dual control processes and daily branch reconciliation.
  • Adhere to all Credit Union policies, procedures, and regulatory agency requirements. Participate in all required and recommended training and development including, but not limited to, Bank Secrecy Act training (BSA) and demonstrate attained knowledge. Participate on Credit Union teams, projects and strategic initiatives when the opportunity arises. Perform additional duties and special projects as assigned.
  • Embrace and apply HVCU’s guiding principles to all activities and responsibilities. This includes the Credit Union’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Employee and Member Value Propositions, Sales and Service Model, and commitment to Lean Six Sigma practices. Support the Credit Union’s initiatives by demonstrating teamwork and professionalism.
  • Embrace and apply HVCU’s guiding principles to all activities and responsibilities. This includes the Credit Union’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, Employee and Member Value Propositions, Sales and Service Model, and commitment to Lean Six Sigma practices. Support the Credit Union’s initiatives by demonstrating teamwork and professionalism.
  • Responsible for regular and predictable attendance including punctuality.

E/Quality Care Training Co-Facilitator


E/Quality Care Training Co-Facilitator – Part Time, Virtual

Rainbow Heights Club is seeking a part-time, virtual training co-facilitator to support the enhancement and expansion of the E/Quality Care training program. The E/Quality Care Training Co-Facilitator will be responsible for collaborating directly with Rainbow Heights Club staff to prepare and co-facilitate LGBTQ+ and TGNC cultural competency trainings for health and human services providers in New York State.

Co-Facilitator Responsibilities:

  • Co-facilitate between 3-5x E/Quality Care training webinars per month via Zoom with Director of Community Engagement
  • All training scheduling with external agencies will be handled by Director of Community Engagement; Co-Facilitator is expected to respond in a timely fashion to availability queries
  • Onboarding will include paid time spent viewing, evaluating and providing feedback on content and presentation of LGBTQ+ and TGNC trainings, to ensure their alignment with co-facilitator’s own clinical expertise and lived experience

Co-Facilitator Qualifications:

  • Education: Master’s degree and licensure in Social Work or a related field
  • Clinical Experience: A minimum of 2 years of clinical experience in the provision of behavioral health services in a community setting. Clinical experience working with LGBTQ+ (particularly TGNC) adolescents a huge plus, but not required.
  • Training Experience: A verifiable track record of developing and delivering cultural competency or continuing education trainings for health and human services providers
  • Communication Skills: Effective oral communication and presentation skills – particularly, comfortarticulating the clinical benefits of LGBTQ-affirming care, as well as answering participant questions and providing practice suggestions in real time
  • Commitment to Organizational Mission & Values: Understanding of and commitment to addressing mental health disparities within LGBTQ+ communities, in particular for LGBTQ+ communities of color, TGNC people and people with disabilities
  • Understanding of Racial and Economic Justice: Understanding of the impacts of racial, ethnic and economic marginalization on LGBTQ New Yorkers living with mental illness, and commitment to culturally competent, anti-oppressive clinical practice
  • Service Familiarity: Knowledge of and connections to community resources that address the mental health, substance use, physical health, housing, etc. needs of low/no income LGBTQ+ New Yorkers
  • Optimism: Ability to assume positive intent in training Q&As and respond in ways that foster growth

Location: Applicants must live and be familiar with the service landscape in New York State, but the duties of the position can be fulfilled virtually.

Hours/Duration: 8-15 hours per month. Trainings typically take place on Tuesdays before noon, but this position will periodically require scheduling flexibility beyond that. The training contract runs through the end of June 2023, at which point there could be the opportunity to renew for the following fiscal year.

Compensation: Training co-facilitator will be paid as a consultant at an hourly rate to be negotiated based on experience.

Application: Please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected] with the subject line, Training Co-Facilitator.

As an agency dedicated to peer support, we believe that clinical expertise is most impactful when paired with lived experience. Rainbow Heights Club is a project of Heights Hill Mental Health Service South Beach Psychiatric Center Community Advisory Board, Inc., which is an equal opportunity employer. We actively encourage applications from women, BIPOC, TGNC people, people living with disabilities, and people from other marginalized groups.

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Educator at St. Johns Hospital (Full-Time)

Educator - RAP

Full-Time position at 37.5 hours per week | Salary is $20,936

St. John's Riverside Hospital is a leader in providing the highest quality, compassionate health care utilizing the latest, state-of-the-art medical technology. Serving the Westchester community from Yonkers to the river town communities of Hastings-on-Hudson, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry and Irvington, St. John's Riverside has been and continues to be a unique and comprehensive network of medical professionals dedicated to a tradition of service that spans generations.

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The Educator will be responsible for providing client centered support and education to clients. Through a collaborative effort with the client’s care team, the Educator will coordinate and advocate for services that will promote positive health outcomes. Conduct outreach and educational efforts to clients related to the program area where assigned. Conduct outreach to clients who are eligible for RAP, have become lost to contact and make follow up phone calls to patients who miss appointments, if they are receptive to the calls. Insure that program goals of client outcomes are documented in AIRS so that annual service units can be met and demonstrates ability to set priorities and manage time in an efficient manner.  Responsible to document all intervention conducted with the client or on their behalf in AIRS in a manner that is accurate and error free. Track all interventions on the program specific client contact logs. Documentation is to be completed immediately following the intervention and program specific monthly monitoring data is to be submitted no later then the 5th of the following month. Ensure that client’s confidential health care and personal information is protected at all time. Responsible to ensure that appropriate consent forms are signed and updated as required. Ensure that exchanges of information are only disclosed to those individuals for which client consent has been obtained. Responsible for the safeguarding of electronic devices and passwords. Work as a team player in all areas to enhance the program as a whole.  Hear staff and client concerns in an open and solution oriented manner and refer all case management/client needs to the Assistant Clinical Supervisor and or Clinical Supervisor. Provide effective customer service as well as culturally and linguistically appropriate care to all customers (internal and external), clients, and patients. Provides appropriate support to clients: act on new referrals within five days, educate HOPE center clients relating to the progression of HIV, treatment of HIV and provide adherence support by providing HIV related information regarding disease process, basic terminology, medications, adherence and resistance in both written and verbal form. Offer supportive counseling as it relates to new HIV diagnosis, disease progression, adherence and others as needed. Assist clients in learning self management skills. Assist clients with adherence when ever necessary.  Responsible to actively participate in the Department’s Quality Improvement and Quality Assurance efforts as directed by their supervisor, including but not limited to participation on the Department’s Quality Improvement Committee. Independently travel to client’s home and any other site to accompany client’s to specialty care appointments, if needed. Other job duties as requested by supervisor. 


High School diploma or GED required. Completion of NYS-Department of Health’s Peer Education Training required. Applicant must be a peer – that is, represent the population to be served by the particular program in which they will be housed. Some education/experience/personal knowledge relating to HIV. Specific language skills may be required. For example, some positions may require that the Educator be fluent in a language such as Spanish. Computer operations. Possesses well-developed and effective interpersonal skills and is able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Demonstrates confidence in actions and exercises good judgment. Possesses the ability to plan, organize, develop and implement goals, objectives, policies and procedures necessary for quality care. Demonstrates ability to recognize problems, approach them in an objective manner and work collaboratively toward solutions is essential.


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Health Educator

The Mount Vernon Youth Bureau is looking for a Health Educator for their Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) Program.

Contact Dena Williams, Deputy Director at:
(914) 665-2393 or (914) 359-1443 or [email protected]


Program Description:

Community Based Initiative with the purpose to develop and expand primary prevention programs aimed at decreasing the incidence of adolescent pregnancy and reducing the risk of STDs and HIV/AIDS. Specific goals of the C.A.P.P. initiative and local C.A.P.P. Projects are: 1. Promote healthy sexual behaviors and reduce the practice of risky sexual behaviors among adolescents, using Evidence Based Curriculums 2. Ensure access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare and family planning services for adolescents 3. Expand opportunities and provide support and alternatives to sexual activity for adolescents 4. Improve the community environment for adolescents through development of a coordinated community plan HIV/AIDS Peer Education - “Safety First” program trains youth from the Mount Vernon Teen Task Force with the American Red Cross on HIV/AIDS prevention and education. 

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Queer in Every Career

Wednesday, November 2

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center Presents

Queer in Every Career

The 2022 LGBTQ+ Career Fair

208 West 13 St

New York, NY 10011

The Center’s highly anticipated Career Fair returns November 2 with an amazing lineup of employers that value LGBTQ+ diversity in the workplace.

These are some of NYC’s top companies, and they are all looking to hire talented LGBTQ+ candidates like you!

Employers you can meet at the LGBTQ+ Career Fair include:

JPMorgan Chase



Northwell Health

Port Authority of NY/NJ



PFY Employment Opportunities


Program Assistant

Part Time: 33 hours/week   

Reports to: LGBTQ Services Manager    


  1. Assist all staff with requested tasks in order to help keep programs and events running smoothly (clerical, organizing, cleaning, shopping, etc.) 
  1. Coordinate van services for programming Tuesday – Friday, including tracking van permissions slips, taking calls for van requests, driving the van to central Nassau locations to pick up clients, and dropping clients off after programming.  
  1. Answer phones and delegate calls as appropriate 
  1. Coordinate with IT and Building Manager to resolve any IT and Maintenance Issues 
  1. Reconcile petty cash & maintain balance for reimbursements 
  1. Reconcile staff credit card receipts and statements for monthly claims 
  1. Monthly report to Director of LICC 
  1. Keep records of all staff time sheets 
  1. Attend weekly staff meetings and take minutes 
  1. Purchase supplies and food for programs (on-line and in-store) 
  1. Errands as needed 
  1. Maintain inventory of supplies, food, promotional materials, etc. 
  1. Any other tasks assigned by supervisor as needed 


  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs 
  • Current New York state driver’s license and clean driving record 
  • Must be available mornings & afternoons; some weekends as needed 
  • Demonstrate high level of responsibility & trustworthiness 
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills 
  • Flexible when assigned various administrative tasks by supervisor 
  • Experience working with LGBTQ young people 

All interested candidates should email their resume to Aiden Jay Kaplan, LGBTQ Services Manager, [email protected]

Community Engagement Specialist

Full-time:  37.5 hours/week                                                      

Reports to: Community Program Manager


  1. Responsible for the oversight of YTG persons of color (POC) employment program comprised of three YTG persons of color. This includes recruitment, providing weekly supervision, professional development, ongoing feedback and skill assessment, and maintaining employee records.
  2. Establish and maintain YTG POC community advisory board which will meet once per week. Collaborative activities must focus on the development and execution of events, regional Discord channel, and addressing social determinants of health.
  3. Conduct HIV/STI/PrEP/PEP testing and screening services within an HIV status-neutral model of care. This includes conducting behavioral risk screenings, social determinants of health screening, providing personalized cognitive counseling, and linking clients into case management to promote ongoing care engagement regardless of HIV status.
  4. Assist with the identification of key YTG POC influencers to promote testing services within their social networks
  5. Identify new medical and essential support service providers who have a history of proving services to YTG community.  This includes attending initial meetings, assisting with the formalization of working agreements, and tracking agreement renewals.
  6. Develop and execute new internal date-to-care program in collaboration with data team and PFY Director with the goal of re-engaging out-of-care persons living with HIV/AIDS into care.
  7. Provide linkage support to HNS for all out-of-care person to promote engagement in essential and/or medical support services (ex: food pantry, housing assistance, insurance navigation, name change)
  8. Promote the initiation of, retention in and adherence to, client centered sexual health based medical interventions.
  9. Maintain all required electronic and written records of testing, community advisory board meetings/activities, linkages and outreach activities, in addition to maintaining monthly statistics of clients served.
  10. Additional activities as assigned by the Community Program Manager.


Bachelor’s degree or some college in related field required. Professional or lived experience working with or being a trans person of color is desirable. Knowledge of sexual health prevention services and/or public health knowledge a plus. Candidate must be comfortable being outgoing and speaking to individuals from various backgrounds/experiences.  Ideal candidate will be self-motivated, have strong organizational skills, exhibit a high level of trustworthiness, and have strong interpersonal skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Work schedule requires both late evening and weekend scheduling. Travel throughout Nassau, Queens and Suffolk Counties is required – must have own transportation (car and driver’s license). Bilingual English/Spanish is a strongly preferred. Trans people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

All interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to: Devon Zappasodi, PFY Director, [email protected]


HIV Services Navigator II

Full-time:  37.5 hours/week                                                      

Reports to: Prevention Services Coordinator


  1. Provide community and social media-based outreach to young transgender YTG) persons of color  (ages 13-34) throughout Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties. Outreach will focus on engaging YTG persons of color in HIV/STI testing, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) services. Community outreach venues will include local bars, nightclubs, street/neighborhood locations where YTG persons of color gather. Social media outreach will include Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and dating apps such as Grindr. Outreach will include giving out safer sex packets, providing education on PEP/PrEP, and the director provision of HIV/STI testing services.
  2. Conduct HIV/STI/PrEP/PEP testing and screening services within an HIV status-neutral model of care. This includes conducting behavioral risk screenings, social determinants of health screening, providing personalized cognitive counseling, and linking clients into case management to promote ongoing care engagement regardless of HIV status.
  3. Provide confidential HIV/STI testing and counseling for at-risk individuals during event programming, via mobile testing, and by appointment. Must maintain all HIV testing logs, equipment and records.
  4. Coordinate, promote, and ensure linkage to ongoing medical services for clients demonstrating need for anti-retroviral medication, PrEP, or PEP.
  5. Provide support and assistance to link all clients who are newly diagnosed with HIV to Partner Notification services.
  6. Provide linkage support to all testing clients to promote engagement in essential support services (ex: food pantry, housing assistance, insurance navigation, name change)
  7. Promote the initiation of, retention in and adherence to, client centered sexual health based medical interventions.
  8. Maintain all required electronic and written records of testing, linkages and outreach activities, in addition to maintaining monthly statistics of clients served.
  9. Responsible for adhering to all state/federal laws and regulations surrounding HIV/AIDS Confidentiality and HIPAA.
  10. Additional activities as assigned by the Prevention Services Coordinator.


Associate’s degree or some college in related field preferred but not required. High school diploma or GED required. Professional or lived experience working with or being a trans person of color required. Knowledge of HIV testing and prevention work a plus. Must have familiarity and be comfortable conducting outreach on apps such as Grindr and having working knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, and Tiktok. Candidate must have strong written/oral communication skills and be able to manage time well and handle multiple tasks. Work schedule requires both late evening and weekend scheduling. Travel throughout Nassau, Queens and Suffolk Counties is required – must have own transportation (car and driver’s license). Bilingual English/Spanish is a strongly preferred. Trans people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

All interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to: Dervis Pulgar, Prevention Services Coordinator, at [email protected]     


Development Associate

Development Associate 

Full-Time Position 

Roles & Responsibilities
Produce: Write, edit, and submit LOIs, proposals, and reports;
Manage: Develop and update a grants calendar and cultivate a pipeline of grants and corporate donors;
Maintain: Weekly e-newsletter;
Create: Prospect and donor research reports;
Events: Assist with any event planning and scheduling 
Report fundraising campaigns and funding updates to Executive Director & Board of Directors 

Job Requirements: A minimum of four years of fundraising and development; Live in New York State; Dedicated to using a racial equity lens;

Position contingent on grant funding (minimum of 1 year guaranteed)

To apply click here


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