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Jobs & Volunteer Opportunities

Listed alphabetically by organization name

Employment Assistance

  • JP-PAS Personal Attendant Services Program* JP-PAS provides monthly stipends to adult Floridians with significant disabilities who require personal assistance services to attain and maintain competitive and integrated employment.
  • Income Equality Justice Project at Legal Services of Greater Miami.  Have your wages or bank account been garnished? Did your employer withhold wages out of your paycheck? Is your bank withholding some of your money? Have you lost access to your bank account? You could be eligible for FREE legal assistance!
  • Reemployment Assistance If your employment has been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts in Florida to stop the spread of COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive Reemployment Assistance . . . Deadline Date: Open
  • Defending Garnishments How we can preserve a client’s wages and income – Legal Services of Greater Miami presentation.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation*

Amazing individuals working for positive people at AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)!  Does the idea of doing something that really makes a difference in people’s lives while being well­ compensated intrigue you? Are you looking to work for an organization that encourages growth and success from each and every one of its employees?  Click the link below.

Black AIDS Institute*

The Black AIDS Institute is the only national HIV/AIDS think and do tank focused exclusively on Black people. The Institute’s mission is to stop the AIDS epidemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing Black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV. The Institute interprets public and private sector HIV policies, conducts trainings, offers technical assistance, disseminates information and provides advocacy mobilization from a uniquely and unapologetically Black point of view.

  • Research Manager* The Research Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of our engagement, including developing and managing relationships with academic and community partners; representing the Center at events and to external stakeholders, implementing rigorous research designs; ensuring coordination and accountability for completing projects within specified timeframes; preparing reports and presentations; and developing other policy-relevant deliverables.  (updated 09/29/21)

Borinquen Medical Centers*

Borinquen Medical Centers provide a comprehensive range of health and social services to our culturally diverse community throughout Miami-Dade County. Our quality services are accessible throughout the area through a multi-discipline approach. We provide wide-ranging services of primary medical care, essential support services, and medication for individuals with HIV.

If you are looking to make a difference and place to grow, join our team!

Visit Borinquen Medical Centers* to learn more about us and our employment opportunities!*

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Broward County Board of County Commissioners

CAN Community Health*

The mission of CAN Community Health is to inspire and contribute to the health and well-being of those affected by HIV, hepatitis C, and other sexually transmitted diseases by providing the best care through outreach, integrated clinical practice, advocacy, education, and research.

Care Resource*

Care Resource is a non-profit organization and a Federally Qualified Health Center with 4 locations located in Midtown Miami, Little Havana, Miami Beach, and Fort Lauderdale. Care Resource provide comprehensive health and support services to address the full health care needs of our pediatric, adolescent and adult populations.

Center of Information & Orientation, Inc.*

Mission Statement: The Center’s mission is to implement strategies improving the quality of life to low-income residents via access to services such as: literacy, family strengthening, youth leadership, delinquency prevention, health and wellness, and emergency food and shelter assistance, leading to self-sufficiency and economic stability.

Community Rightful Center (CRC) *

As a non-profit organization, CRC’s mission is to enhance the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. In partnership with Florida’s Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, CRC provides universal access for services, ensuring that all job seekers with disabilities receive equal employment opportunities as any other candidate. Submit resumes to CRC.

  • Employment Specialists The Employment Specialists provide direct support to individuals with disabilities to develop career goals, prepare for their job search, secure their job, coach the individuals as they learn the tasks and responsibilities of their positions, and facilitate communication between the individual, his/her employer and counselors. (updated 10/07/21)
  • HIV Testing Counselors The HIV testing counselors provide HIV testing, outreach, and education for the HIV Testing and Linkage program. Ensure HIV positive clients maintain enrollment in medication services. Refer, schedule, and maintain appointments for HIV and STD testing. Assist in data entry and preparation of monthly reports. Provide pre and post-test health education and screening regarding HIV/STD infection, transmission, prevention, and testing: Follow universal safety precautions; Participate in staff meetings and other meetings as needed; Link HIV positive clients to local medical facilities and other community resources; Participate in on-going trainings. (updated 10/07/21)
  • Program Director The Program Director at Community Rightful Center (CRC) to include but not limited to the following Program Management Services: Fiscal Management, Grant Writing: Submitting proposals for funding or in-kind services to further the mission of CRC, Assist with the expansion of CRC’s current Case Management programs, and Managing the Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Career Counseling Program. (updated 10/07/21)
  • Peer Counselor The Peer Counselors meet with clients to foster a relationship and help the clients cope with their diagnosis. Clients are linked to medical care and medical case management. The Advocates provide the clients with information on living with HIV disease, discuss the benefits of entering and remaining in care, provide guidance on how to navigate the system of care and how to obtain needed services. (updated 10/07/21)

Empower U, Inc.*

The mission of Empower “U”, Inc. Community Health Center (EUCHC) is to empower, educate, and promote better health care choices for individuals and families at risk for and/or affected by health disparities. Please send resumes to Terri-Ann Bethune, Human Resource Officer at

  • EUCHC’s Career Center* (updated 09/29/21)
    • Senior Accountant
    • Customer Service Representative /PCC
    • Medical Assistant
    • Referral Coordinator
    • Staff Accountant
    • Pediatrician
    • Licensed Mental Health Counselor
    • Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Florida Department of Health*

  • Senior Health Educator – Prevention With Positives Coordinator (Miami-Dade County)* The STD/HIV Prevention & Control Program at FDOH Miami-Dade has an opening. This is a career service position with full state benefits. Please click here* for full position description. We encourage women, people of color, LGBTQ/nonbinary and HIV+ individuals to apply. Seeking someone bilingual in English/Spanish. This is a great position for a recent Public Health graduate. Please distribute widely and encourage potential candidates to apply. (posted 11/11/21)
  • FDOH Employment and Volunteer Opportunities  The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County seeks individuals who are willing to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Miami-Dade County through integrated state, county, and community efforts.


HealthHIV advances effective prevention, care, support, and health equity for people living with, or at risk for, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C—particularly with LGBT and other underserved communities—by providing education, capacity building, health services research, and advocacy to organizations, communities and professionals.

  • Internships* (updated 09/29/21)
    • Capacity Building Intern
    • LGBT Health Intern
    • Education & Training Intern
    • Communications Intern
  • Senior Coordinator of HIV Prevention Education*  The Senior Coordinator of HIV Prevention Education will support HealthHIV’s National HIV E-learning Training Center to provide online education and training for state and local health departments, community-based organizations, health centers, and other health service organizations providing HIV prevention and care services. (posted 11/4/21)

Jessie Trice Community Health System*

Jessie Trice Community Health System, Inc (JTCHS) is one of Miami-Dade County’s preeminent federally qualified community healthcare centers, governed by a remarkably dedicated Board of Directors (51% of which are users of the medical and dental services) and a diverse, incredibly talented, committed family of providers and staff.

Various positions in Miami, Florida* (updated 09/29/21)

  • Physician – Family Medicine
  • Medical Assistant 1
  • Dir. Pediatric Dental Hlth & Wellness Program
  • Program Coordinator Assistant/Educator
  • Director of Client Services
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Community Health Worker
  • Dental Assistant
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Pharmacy Manager
  • Pharmacy and Contracting Credentialing Specialist
  • Registered Nurse

Latinos Salud*

Latinos Salud is Florida’s only gay, minority-based HIV agency. With locations in Broward and Miami-Dade counties, Latino Salud seeks to reduce the burden of communicable diseases, using a community engagement model.

  • Test Counselor and PrEP Specialist* (Southwest Miami-Dade Location) Candidates must be bi-lingual (English / Spanish). Strong preference for gay Latino candidates who can personally relate to the primary populations served. Working primarily from the Miami SW location, the full-time staff member will: Provide HIV and STD  counseling and testing to eligible clients, especially gay Latinos; Provide education about PrEP, and help navigate interested clients into patient assistance or co-pay programs; Provide continued support to those taking PrEP, and to those taking medications for HIV; Provide assistance enrolling clients in other needed support services; Provide on-line and venue-based outreach, some evenings and weekends each month; Input and report accurate data in a timely manner; Participate in other agency programs and events serving the community. (posted 09/29/21)

NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Health*

Mission: To provide education, support and advocacy for individuals living with mental health challenges and their families.

  • Youth Programs Manager  Position is available immediately.  The Youth Programs Manager oversees and provides all aspects for the “Ending the Silence” Youth Mental Health Education and Awareness programs to students and families throughout Miami-Dade County. This is a successful national evidence-based program that is embedded in the curriculum of Miami Dade County Public Schools. Submit cover letter (required) and resume to (posted 10/26/21)
  • Outreach Coordinator* The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for creating, managing and leading an outreach plan to promote and expand NAMI Miami-Dade mental health programs in historically marginalized underserved communities in Miami Dade-County. Position is exempt full time 40 hours/week; Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent direct experience required. (posted 09/29/21)
  • Operations Manager*  The Operations Manager is responsible for supporting the Executive Director and the NAMI Miami team in assuring the smooth running of the organization, including coordinating with the Bookkeeper, IT, program marketing, and more. Position is exempt full time 40 hours/week; Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent direct experience required. (posted 09/29/21)
  • Click here* for additional positions (coming soon) and Volunteering opportunities.

New Hope CORPS*

The Agency is dedicated to the re-entry into society of those individuals struggling with homelessness, poverty, alcohol, substance use and mental health disorders utilizing a faith and evidenced based approach to treatment.

Contact (786) 243-1003, Executive Director, Stephen Alvarez (Ext 208) or Maritza Carvajal (Ext 223)

  • RRH – Housing Navigator
  • Street Outreach
  • Street Outreach Case manager
  • Residential Case manager
  • HIV Counselor
  • Residential Cook
  • Residential Maintenance
  • Administration: QA/HR Assistant
  • Administration: Administrative Assistant

Positive People Network*

Mission: To change the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS. To empower, strengthen and uplift All People Living with HIV/AIDS.

  • Social Media Manager: Seeking a self-driven, part-time Social Media Manager for 10 months (Nov 2021 through Aug 2022). Minimum Time Requirement : 2.5 hours per week. Salary: $150 per month. Priority will be given to HIV+ persons of color under the age of 30.Qualified candidates should send a bio and resume / CV (posted 11/11/21)
  • We are seeking Volunteers, Community Advisory Board members, Planning committee for 1st Annual WAD Day Dance on December 4th; Planning Committee for Christmas toy distribution event; and Christmas toy sorting.  We are a new agency and can use all the support of our brother and sister agencies. We are all here with the common goal of helping people living with HIV have a better quality of life. Thanks in advance for your commitment and support!  “Ending The Epidemic Together”

Positive Women’s Network-USA*

Positive Women’s Network–USA (PWN) is a national membership body of women and people of trans experience living with HIV.


Pridelines, Miami’s LGBT Center is a fun and rewarding place to work with a team committed to supporting, educating, and empowering South Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ+) youth and community to promote dialogue, wellness, and to foster social change.

University of Miami – IDEA Exchange*

Mission: We exist to provide the tools necessary to reduce the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C, and other blood-borne diseases through harm reduction in South Florida to keep people healthy.

  • Outreach Specialist – Psychology*  The College of Arts, Psychology Department has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Outreach Specialist to work in Miami, FL. Job duties of this position include: Identifying creative and effective strategies for promoting enrollment in each of our ongoing studies; Conduct active recruitment; Conduct brief surveys by phone and in community settings, including bars, clubs, venues, and STD testing sites; Participate in trainings relevant to the communities served by our research; Develop professional relationships with mental health providers, researchers, and community members; Some additional research-related tasks as needed. (posted 10/15/21)
  • Outreach Coordinator – Mobile Unit Supervisor*  The Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease has an exciting opportunity for a Full-time Outreach Coordinator to work in the UHealth Campus. The Outreach Coordinator will be a patient navigator/linkage specialist – tasked with recruiting PWID to the fixed site and mobile exchange, conducting HIV and HCV testing, and providing case management to link those who need HIV or HCV care to resources in their communities, supervising the linkage activities, assisting clients with medication management, as well as, making important local contacts with law enforcement, first responders, shelters, churches, AIDS service organizations, and health care providers. (posted 09/29/21)

Out of State Opportunities

  • NASTAD, Senior Associate, Prevention (Washington, DC)  The Senior Associate, Prevention, as part of NASTAD’s Prevention team, supports the organization’s capacity to support health departments’ (HDs) implementation of Ending the HIV Epidemic plans. The position works primarily on NASTAD’s CDC-funded “Strategic Partnerships and Planning to Support Ending the HIV Epidemic in the United States” (PS19-1906 Component A) project to provide technical assistance to HDs implementing CDC PS20-2010 Component A. (posted 09/29/21)
  • NASTAD Evaluation Consultant (Washington, DC) NASTAD seeks an evaluation consultant to work with NASTAD as it provides technical assistance to health departments identified as “Phase 1 Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) jurisdictions.” The evaluation consultant will work with NASTAD staff to create evaluation tools and conduct process and outcome evaluations for the following projects: TelePrEP E-Learning Course; HIV Status Neutral Housing Learning Collaborative; EHE Implementation Technical Assistance Meeting. (posted 09/29/21)
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