Current Job Openings
Thank you for your interest in a career at Prism Health North Texas! Below you will find a list of our current openings. If you feel that you are a fit for a position, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Resources Director
This position is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of the human resources and operations functions
The Staff Physician at AIDS Arms Physicians, Inc. helps to lead a patient-centered team that provides evidence-based treatment and prevention of HIV, its co-morbid conditions, and outpatient primary medical care. The Staff Physician also participates in clinical research and the in-patient consulting service, where appropriate. Staff Physicians shall be expected to primarily be engaged in the care of scheduled and walk-in patients at Prism Health North Texas facilities during regular office hours. Physician will have protected time with no patients scheduled to be used for the purpose of administrative, clerical, supervisory, continuing education, patient follow-up, research and creative activities in furtherance of the Agency’s mission. The amount of weekly protected time will be determined by Prism Health North Texas Chief Medical Officer.
The medical assistant provides specified patient care activities and is committed to the provision of patient-centered/patient valued care.
Behavioral Intervention Specialist – Core Prevention
The Behavioral Intervention Specialist (BIS) provides testing, risk reduction counseling and links patients to medical care, PrEP services, and behavioral health services. The BIS is responsible for working with newly diagnosed HIV+ patients or those reestablishing care to help them engage in care, maintains close working relationships with other Project Connect program team members, and is expected to comply with services delivery standards in accordance with standards of care and agency, programmatic, and funder policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Behavioral Intervention Specialist – Field Health Advocate
The Behavioral Intervention Specialist – Field Health Advocate will fulfill the responsibilities related to locating individuals living with HIV who are not in care and, working with internal and external partners to, link them to care as defined by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and agency protocols and guidelines.
Behavioral Intervention Specialist – Empowerment
The Behavioral Intervention Specialist (BIS) – Empowerment is responsible for coordinating Empowerment Connection (EC) activities, works with the Empowerment Connection Core Group (ECCG) to provide guidance on prevention activities and facilitate peer-led interactive activities, promotes EC events and activities, and provides comprehensive risk reduction counseling to persons at risk of acquiring HIV or other STIs
Case Manager II
The Case Manager II will serve clients assessed as high acuity and who have co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders or other significant challenges. The position will be responsible for helping clients to move towards readiness to enter necessary treatment, access medical care and other support services and resources, in addition to promoting long term adherence to medical care and treatment plans by focusing on behavioral health and other concerns.
Community Engagement Coordinator
The Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) organizes events focusing on HIV/STI prevention activities and strategies. The CEC will also facilitate the geographic and demographic expansion of prevention activities, including but not limited to, engaging and collaborating with organizations and individuals outside of Dallas County as well as organizations and events that serve identified priority populations.
The eligibility specialist ensures eligibility documentation is complete for all assigned clients.