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BABES is hiring!

28 Mar

BABES is hiring an HIV-positive Peer Advocate!

REPORTS TO: BABES Program Manager Nicole Price

DESCRIPTION: BABES Network-YWCA is a peer leadership program for women and families affected by HIV, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together. BABES promotes self-empowerment, reduces isolation, enhances quality of life and serves the needs of women living with HIV and their families through peer support, advocacy, education and outreach.

Operating on the concept that HIV positive women are uniquely qualified to understand and support one another, BABES Network’s HIV positive Peer Advocates support our mission by helping other HIV positive women move into positions of leadership.  They provide peer mentorship and education to other HIV positive women, and recruit women for events and retreats.  Peer Advocates may also perform community outreach and prevention education at schools, treatment centers, shelters, prisons, churches, businesses and other groups.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Engage HIV+ members in conversations about treatment adherence, medical care, support
  • Support healthy behaviors and attitudes among BABES’ multi-cultural membership with active listening, strength-based counsel, education and modeling
  • Respond to provider referrals and self-referred women to provide welcoming service entry point for newly diagnosed or those re-entering the care system
  • Facilitate support groups, events and retreats.
  • Visit members in the hospital or at home as prearranged with supervisor.
  • Work with co-workers to develop an effective team to fulfill BABES Network mission.
  • Provide resources and referrals to women living with HIV/AIDS including food, housing and transportation assistance, medical care and case management
  • Stay up-to-date on medical developments related to HIV and changes to AIDS services

To view the full job description click here!

BABES is Hiring!

20 Jan

Lead Case Manager – BABES #16-0108

LOCATION: Seneca – 1118 5th Ave. Seattle, WA 98101

REPORTS TO: BABES Program Manager

DESCRIPTION:

BABES Network-YWCA is a peer leadership program for women and families affected by HIV, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together. BABES promotes self-empowerment, reduces isolation, enhances quality of life and serves the needs of women living with HIV and their families through peer support, advocacy, education and outreach.

The Lead Case Manager will provide non-medical case management services to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) by phone or in person. They will work closely with the Program Manager to coach peer staff to maintain effective program structures and systems related to Non-Medical Case Management activities and lead programmatic compliance activities.

This position has a social justice component that will allow for critical thinking around how the external systems impact the work that we are doing through the lens of racism and intersections with poverty. Valuing diversity and championing anti-racism policy are core values. As an equal opportunity employer, we highly encourage people of color to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide intensive one-on-one, client-centered, harm reduction encounters, by phone and in person primarily outside of the office- going to their home or other meeting locations
  • Serve as an appointment partner for clients, helping PLWH get to appointments, preparing for appointments, attending the appointment and debriefing afterwards
  • Delegate and monitor caseloads for peer advocates
  • Assist with EIP renewals, Collecting eligibility documentation necessary for Ryan White contracts
  • Lead case conferencing and with BABES staff and provide individual coaching as needed
  • Establish and manage client eligibility tracking system
  • Keep accurate records of services provided and track data on all client encounters in CareWare database for NMCM progress and fiscal reporting
  • Support healthy behaviors and attitudes among BABES’ multi-cultural membership with active listening, strength-based counsel, education and modeling
  • Respond to provider referrals and self-referred women to provide welcoming service entry point for newly diagnosed or those re-entering the care system
  • Work with co-workers to develop an effective team to fulfill BABES Network mission.
  • Support BABES Program Manager by reviewing and adapting program materials and reports to funders
  • Provide resources and referrals to women living with HIV/AIDS including food, housing and transportation assistance, medical care and case management

To view the full job description follow this link https://www.ywcaworks.org/about-careers-16-0108

We are hiring AND Retreat’s coming!

30 Apr

BABES Annual Leadership Retreat 2015
July 10-12th at Camp Burton – Vashon Island

beachpictureIt’s that time of year again!! Come take a break from the stresses of daily life with us!

Applications Mailed Out – May 15th
Applications Due – June 19th
Retreat Notifications – June 26th
Payments/Scholarships Due – July 3rd

Spaces for retreat are on a first-come first-served basis, so please don’t wait to turn in your application. To request an application, please call the BABES office at 206-720-5566.


friendshipEverett Support Group is Back!! We have re-started the Everett Support Group for HIV+ women.

When: Last Wednesday of every month from 2pm – 3:30pm

Where: YWCA building – 3301 Broadway, Everett. The door to our meeting room is on the back of the building.

We will take the time to support each other, and enjoy a yummy snack too.

Please call to RSVP at 206-720-5566.


 

hiring

BABES Lead Case Manager #15-0417

LOCATION: Seneca – 1118 5th Ave. Seattle, WA 98101

REPORTS TO: BABES Program Manager

DESCRIPTION: BABES Network-YWCA is a peer leadership program for women and families affected by HIV, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together. BABES promotes self-empowerment, reduces isolation, enhances quality of life and serves the needs of women living with HIV and their families through peer support, advocacy, education and outreach.

The Lead Case Manager will provide non-medical case management services to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) by phone or in person. They will work closely with the Program Manager to coach peer staff to maintain effective program structures and systems related to Non-Medical Case Management activities and lead programmatic compliance activities.

To read the full job description click here!

Harvest Dinner and BABES is Hiring!

31 Oct

November is a month for giving thanks and we would like to take this oppurtunity to give a shout out to two of our wonderful Peer Volunteers Pat Migliore and Kelly Bernard. They both are so dedicated to the BABES program – whether its facilitating support group, setting up for an event, tabling at a health fair or doing the dishes after group, they are always there for us and we appreciate you both very much. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!!!

-Nicole

kelly and pat 10.30.14

The BABES office will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on November 27th and 28th. We hope that everyone has safe and enjoyable holiday. Click here to see the BABES calendar of events for the month of November!


BABES Annual Harvest Dinner

Friday, November 21, 2014

6-8pm

YWCA 5th and Seneca

thanksgiving

BABES members and up to 2 guests are invited to join us for our annual harvest dinner. We will have a full Thanksgiving-style meal and an educational presentation on

HIV and Aging with Dr. Peter Shalit

Please RSVP to 206-720-5566 or the_staff@babesnetwork.org


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BABES Network-YWCA is hiring for a Lead Case Manager!!

The Lead Case Manager will provide non-medical case management services to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) by phone or in person. They will work closely with the Program Manager to coach peer staff to maintain effective program structures and systems related to Non-Medical Case Management activities and lead programmatic compliance activities.

Click here to read the full job posting and to apply!

$18.24-$21.89 per hour
30-35 hours a week, weekdays with limited weekend and evening work required