The Prevention Coordinator’s main goal is to help reduce HIV and hepatitis C (HCV) transmission in BCAP’s service through harm reduction and linkage to care. The primary duties of this position are to provide Prevention Services to gay, bisexual, queer, transgender, and all MSM, through a program called Atlas. Qualified candidates will need to demonstrate interest/experience with community organizing. This position provides these services in collaboration with other Prevention Department staff and key community partners, as well as enters data into databases and completes monthly reports.
This position reports directly to the Prevention Manager, and attends staff, department, and community partner meetings. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week, non-exempt, and located at the Boulder office. This position will require evening and weekend hours, and travel throughout BCAP’s service area. This job description does not list the exclusive responsibilities of this position, and the Prevention Manager may assign other duties as necessary.
BCAP is looking to hire based on dedication to our mission, and will train the hired candidate on the technical skills needed to be successful in the role.
Founded in 1985, the mission of Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) is to provide support, advocacy, and education to those in our community who are living with or affected by HIV, and to serve as an outreach and information center to prevent the further transmission of HIV.
BCAP believes that employees are key to what makes a great company. Our small and mighty staff is guided by our core values of compassion, inclusivity, person-centeredness, collaboration, and accountability. Working with BCAP means being part of a team of dedicated and passionate individuals who embody these values to provide services to those living with or at risk of acquiring HIV. With a focus on clients and relationship building, BCAP honors its position of public trust through a commitment to open communication; diversity and inclusivity; friendly and welcoming approaches; and a sensitivity to HIV, mental health, substance use, and poverty issues.
A successful BCAP employee enjoys working for a small company, collaborates well with a close-knit team, is excited to use their skills and knowledge to help clients, appreciates professional boundaries, and has a deep passion for serving their community. BCAP highly values the physical and mental health and wellbeing of staff members and offers a generous benefits package.