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Miami-Dade County Poll Worker Opportunities Poll worker training will resume in the Fall for the 2023 November Municipal Elections and the 2024 March Presidential Preference Primary. If you previously submitted an application and want to check the status, please contact us at or (305) 499-8448.

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.

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The AIDS Institute*

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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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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.

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Care 4 U Community Health Center*

Care 4 U Community Health Center is a comprehensive community health center, providing a full range of health care and preventative services to our community’s adult, adolescent, pediatric and specialty needs populations.

  • HIV Outreach Specialists Care 4 U Community Health Center has immediate job openings for full-time HIV Outreach Specialists. These positions will engage individuals living with HIV/AIDS and at risk for potential exposure to HIV, emphasis on high risk populations including people of color, men who have sex with men (MSM), and  persons of transgender and gender nonconforming experience, for the purpose of connecting them to HIV testing, medical treatment and prevention services. HIV Outreach Specialist will provide HIV/STD testing, health HIV/STD health education, risk reduction interventions, condom distribution, referrals and linkage to care and support services in neighborhoods or venues in the Liberty City and surrounding areas. Occasional nights/weekends hours are required. In addition to $18-$25 per hour, Care 4 U offers health, dental & life insurance, 401K with employer match, paid time off and holidays, and an employee discount program. To apply, send your resume by email, regular mail or hand delivery to:; Human Resources Department, Care 4 U Community Health Center, 4690 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, FL 33127. (posted 11/08/23)
  • Social Media HIV Outreach Specialist Care 4 U Community Health Center has immediate job openings for a full-time Social Media HIV Outreach Specialist to engage BIPOC men who have sex with men (MSM), and persons of transgender and gender nonconforming experience, for the purpose of connecting them to HIV testing, medical treatment and prevention services. In addition to $20-$25 per hour, Care 4 U offers health, dental & life insurance, 401K with employer match, paid time off and holidays, and an employee discount program. To apply, send your resume by email, regular mail or hand delivery to:; Human Resources Department, Care 4 U Community Health Center, 4690 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, FL 33127. (posted 11/08/23)

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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.

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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.

  • Employment & Training Services | Non-Profit Social Support Center in Florida* The Community Rightful Center, Inc. provides Employment & Training services to disabled individuals interested in successfully gaining employment. Through our Pre-Placement Training Program and hands-on approach with our Employment Specialist, CRC advocates for our special population ensuring that positions applied for are compatible to our clients’ job skills and abilities. (posted 05/23/23)
  • HIV Outreach Counselor Do You Have A Passion For Helping Others? If So, This Role May Be A Great Fit For You. The HIV Outreach Counselor serves as an advocate to the Community Rightful Center’s clients and partners. The ideal candidate will demonstrate compassion for clients, commitment to success and value relationships. This role will require you to conduct HIV testing and provide preventative services to the community . . . Submit your resume to CRC* (posted 12/1/22)

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Empower “U” Community Health Center*

The mission of Empower “U” 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  Click the link below for all Empower “U” CHC job listings.

  • CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER* FULL TIME – Exempt/Miami, FL, US.  The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) will serve as a principal thought leader for all Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) programs. The CMO will report to the Chief Executive Officer and keep the Executive Team and Board Members apprised of all PCMH services. The CMO will provide vision, strategy for implementation, clinical oversight, and program development to drive quality and cost efficiency improvements. Additionally, the CMO will partner with the providers, staff, and senior management to provide leadership in clinical integration and medical management for our patient population. Physician alignment and relationship management with internal and external providers within the healthcare delivery system is a fundamental role of the Chief Medical Officer. Through advisement, the Chief Medical Officer will provide support for team development, education, and performance improvement.
    • POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES (THIS IS AN EXEMPT POSITION) The CMO will provide comprehensive primary care to patients, participate in on-call rotations, and support other providers. Provide emergency screening and stabilization, attend in-service and administrative meetings, and follow EUI policies. This individual monitor and participates in peer review and provides patient services beyond visits. Supervises mid-level practitioners, conducts data reviews, and oversees performance evaluations. The CMO will address conflicts and issue resolution and provide ongoing training and education to reduce practice variation.
    • The CMO leads provider meetings, manages scheduling, and oversees provider operations. They participate in recruitment and retention, provide feedback on peer reviews, and review clinical care malpractice cases. They advocate for EUI, promote wellness activities, and participate in training for Family Medicine and Internal Medicine residents. They maintain a reliable schedule, attend educational programs, and provide quality care to patients. They maintain 100% productivity, report on time, and adhere to confidentiality policies and procedures. They perform other duties as assigned.
    • Education/Experience: Medical School, (Internship), Residency. MBA and/or MPH (preferred).
    • Licensure / Certification: Florida Medical License, DEA certificate, Board Certification, maintain current CPR certification from the American Heart Association.
    • Skills / Ability: Examination, Lab, and Radiological Evaluations, Diagnosis, Consultation, Therapeutic.
    • Chief Medical Officer Application Link* (posted 10/20/23)

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Florida Department of Health*

  • Recent Graduate/ HRSA Scholar – Public Health Analyst PD21R132*  This recruitment is for the Health Resources and Services Administration Recent Graduate program. This recruitment may be used by all HRSA Bureaus and Offices to fill positions. The duty locations for these positions are Rockville, MD and San Francisco, CA.  The Recent Graduate program duration is one year. Upon successful completion of the program and at the agency’s discretion, the appointee may be converted to a term or permanent position in the competitive service. (posted 05/05/22)
  • 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.

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Florida International University*

  • Community Advisory Board Members for Project STEP Looking for interested individuals to join the Community Advisory Board (CAB) for Project STEP. Members will provide feedback on a study testing a sequence of mobile care strategies to improve medication adherence for Latino men with HIV. To qualify you can be a healthcare provider working with people with HIV or an adult Hispanic Latino male with HIV currently taking HIV medication. You will be participating in two meetings per year. Compensation up to $200 per meeting. (posted 10/24/22)

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Gang Alternative*

GA offers a wide range of full-time and part-time positions for individuals at all levels of experience. We provide opportunities for personal and professional development including training, certifications, and credentials in evidence-based curricula. GA not only works to Build Character That Lasts within our community but within our organization as well.

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Infinite Ways Network*

Mission Statement: Infinite Ways Network, Inc., embraces the families it serves, with support that helps enhance lives, promotes cooperative resilience, and sustainable wellness. Applicants can call (305) 305-244-0971; apply online, or send your resume to  People with HIV are encouraged to apply!

  • Targeted Case Manager Case Management consists of services that help consumers gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services. This includes direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care, oversight of the entire case, and linkage to appropriate services. Case Management includes (1) assessment of the eligible consumer to determine service needs; (2) development of an individualized integrated care plan; (3) referral and related activities to help the consumer obtain needed services; (4) monitoring and follow-up; and (5) evaluation. (posted 08/04/22)
  • Mental Health Clinician  This position requires creativity, initiative, ability to work with minimal supervision, willingness to work irregular hours when needed, home visits and a serious can-do attitude. If you have the following qualifications and like working with children and families, then we have the position for you!  (posted 08/04/22)

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Jackson Health System*

Mission: To build the health of the community by providing a single, high standard of quality care for the residents of Miami-Dade County.

  • Neighborhood Worker* ensures social service and medical assistance work are provided to individuals and families in a neighborhood community program in a county area. Employees in this classification provide services of a non-professional nature to families and individuals relating to social service, general health or mental health care, depending upon the area of assignment. Emphasis of the work is on assisting individuals and their family members in designated neighborhood areas in obtaining appropriate social or legal service, general health or mental health care by interviewing clients, helping them to plan, and contacting community agencies. (posted 06/28/22)

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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.

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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.

Immediate openings:

  • Ryan White Case Manager, Miami SW  Seeking qualified persons who are living with HIV, for the position of Ryan White Case Manager, Miami SW. Salary is $42,000 to $52,000 depending upon experience. Candidates must be bi-lingual (English / Spanish). Strong preference for gay Latino candidates who can personally relate to the primary populations served.
  • Submit your on-line application! Please make sure to include the cover letter as outlined. We’re looking for individuals who are clearly committed to serving the Latino and LGBT communities. (Updated 01/13/23)

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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

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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. Please contact to get involved!

  • Linkage to Care and Retention Specialist (Part time; may progress to full time) Duties include: Conduct peer and educational outreach on dating apps, Grindr, Scruff, etc.), Instagram, and Facebook, Tic Tok and Twitter providing accurate and consistent information about HIV and other HIV prevention options; Communicate with Program Leaders and Supervisors in order to improve the outreach strategy through weekly input and analysis of outreach activities • Participates in other community events and activities that involve target populations to better deliver access to HIV care and related services; Conduct conversations about sexual health topics casually and comfortably; Participate in and help lead online events and social media live streams; Identify other online sites and real-world venues where target populations can be effectively and efficiently reached; Provide timely follow-up with client leads and individuals requesting information via our website, social media channels, or phone; Evaluate client needs to determine the best prevention or treatments options; Assist clients in making appointments with our healthcare providers. (posted 02/02/22)
  • 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”

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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.

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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.

  • HIV Testing Counselor Status: Part-Time, Hourly. Position Overview: This position provides prevention education, HIV testing and supports outreach efforts. (posted 07/26/23)

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Project Access Foundation*

The mission of PAF is to improve the overall community health of South Florida by increasing access to high quality healthcare services for all community members, including special populations. PAF provides access to primary medical, dental and behavioral health services with an emphasis on the underserved communities of South Florida, as well as to train future health care providers in community and patient-centered health. PAF’s model relies on the delivery of compassionate, enthusiastic healthcare exceeding patient expectations every time; regardless of their cultural, financial, and social status, or sexual orientation.

  • Outreach Specialist   This is a grant-funded position that works with diverse communities. The overall responsibilities are to conduct Comprehensive HIV Prevention activities (including but not limited to outreach, education, HIV & STD testing and counseling, PrEP/nPEP navigation, and Linkage to Care) at venues throughout Miami-Dade County; and conduct Risk-Reduction counseling. Responsible for: knowing proper testing and confidentiality procedures, client risk/treatment assessment, and client assistance and follow up as needed. Contact for more information. (posted 03/30/23)

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University of Miami*

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Out of State Opportunities

  • HIV Grant Administration and Planning Manager* (Portland, OR) The HIV Grant Administration & Planning (HGAP) Manager is a member of the management team for the STD/HIV/ Harm Reduction program. This manager directs the medical core and support services program of the Ryan White Part A system of care. This position is responsible for the financial grant reporting for the Ryan White grant. In addition, directs the work of the HGAP quality management plan and the Portland Area HIV Services Planning Council. As the HGAP Manager, this position is responsible for a more than $8 million budget from federal and state. As manager of the Ryan White grant, this position directs services in a 6-county region in two states (Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill counties in Oregon and Clark County, Washington). This position also oversees the administration of the HIV Planning Council. This position guides the work of this community planning group, made up of 25-30 community members appointed by the County Chair. The HIV Planning Council is a decision-making body governed by its own by-laws, policies and procedures. (posted 10/11/23)
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recruiting exceptional candidates for two high-level positions: Director of the Division of STD Prevention (DSTDP) and Director of the Division of HIV Prevention (DHP). Both are leadership positions in the National Center for HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) and will play a key role in providing scientific leadership and expertise to manage, direct, coordinate, oversee, and evaluate a broad portfolio of activities of the respective Division. Director, DSTDP: MD/DO application*. PhD application*. Director, DHP: MD/DO application*. PhD application*. (posted 10/11/23)
  • HRSA HAB Fellowship Opportunity: Data Management and Analysis Branch* (Rockville, MD) HAB’s Division of Policy and Data (DPD) has collaborated with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) for a fellowship opportunity with DPD’s Data Management and Analysis Branch. Qualified candidates will be involved in activities including developing and maintaining standardized SAS files, creating process documentation, generating data for data dissemination products, collaborating with staff regarding statistical analysis and methods for studies related to papers, articles, and reports for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) and assessing and making recommendations for quality improvement of national RWHAP data. (posted 02/03/22)
  • 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. (updated 05/24/22)
  • NASTAD, Manager, Prevention (PrEP, Partner Services, and Self-Testing) The Manager, Prevention, a full-time position, provides subject matter expertise on topics surrounding increasing PrEP access, such as access to self-testing technologies and partner services. The Manager will support NASTAD’s PrEP Access portfolio and lead the execution of NASTAD’s technical assistance (TA) and CBA activities in these areas, co-leading projects in close collaboration with consultants and NASTAD colleagues. Salary Range: $61,200 – $64,800.  (updated 05/24/22)

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Employment Assistance

  • United Way – UpSkill Miami* UpSkill Miami fosters strategic collaborations, bringing together underserved populations, training providers and employers in Miami-Dade County. The fund serves to upskill and reskill the local workforce, offering them training, support and employment opportunities in high-demand industries. By creating a pathway to jobs that provide economic mobility and avenues for career growth, we can profoundly transform the lives of many in our local community.
  • Recording Now Available for HRSA’s Opportunities to Apply for a Federal Job Webinar* Thank you to everyone who participated in HRSA’s “Opportunities to Apply for a Federal Job” webinar on February 8. This event was a collaboration between HRSA’s HIV/AIDS Bureau, HRSA’s Office of Human Resources, and HRSA’s Office for Civil Rights, Diversity and Inclusion. If you missed the opportunity to participate, a recording of the webinar is now available.
  • Community Rightful Center Transitional Housing Employment Program mission is to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities, underserved population and the socio-economically disenfranchised clients and their families through universal access to healthcare, case management, social, and employment services. CRC THEP seeks to provide services that encompass the “whole man” cultivating and rejuvenating the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of each individual we serve and to increase PLWH’s capacity to achieve housing stability. The Program also provides links to all possible care to clients to encourage and ensure positive growth and accountability, which will result in a healthier community. Click here for more information.
  • 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.

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