HIV Case Manager

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Wilmington, DE
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Delaware HIV Consortium

Brad Shannon
Director of Programs

This position provides direct client services in the delivery of case
management services to persons living with HIV.

Essential Duties
•       Conduct bio-psychosocial assessment of each client receiving case
management services
•       Develop an individual service care plan for each client (ongoing)
•       Determine client eligibility for Ryan White services and a broad range of
auxiliary services
•       Assist clients in applying for services and benefits
•       Coordinate, monitor, and follow-up on needed client services
•       Conduct home visits, medical visits, and other community visits with
•       Provide treatment adherence assistance
•       Ensure service delivery aligns with policy, regulation, and case
management standards
•       Ensure service data and case notes are entered within 2 business days
•       Ensure client hard charts are in good order for state audits
•       Ensure monthly reporting is generated and submitted on time
•       Attend and participate in the state DPH Case Management required
•       Assist eligible and appropriate clients who may benefit from enrolling
into the 340B program
•       Develop individual professional development goals annually
•       Other duties as assigned

Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, public
health, or related field and one (1) years of qualifying experience.
Qualifying experience means verifiable fulltime employment in a human
services or related field.  Non-profit experience preferred.

Special Conditions
The HIV Case Management program is a client centered program, and as such,
requires travel for home visits and medical visits, as well as occasional
training.  The person holding this position must hold a valid driver’s
license and have a reliable vehicle.  Mileage reimbursement is offered for
appropriate work related travel.

How to Apply

Please email your resume to, No telephone calls please.

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