Requirements @ STAR Program - Brooklyn, NY

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STAR Program - Brooklyn, NY

Attending Physician
The Special Treatment and Research (STAR) Program at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University in Brooklyn, New York is seeking a highly motivated board certified/board eligible infectious disease attending to join our distinguished team in providing HIV primary care and inpatient infectious diseases consults. The candidate will have opportunities to provide Hepatitis C treatment, LGBTQ+ care, buprenorphine treatment, STI care, and biomedical interventions (PrEP/PEP). A successful candidate will demonstrate leadership skills, strong clinical capability, and will be eligible for appointment at the Clinical Assistant Professor level.

Highlights of the position include:

  • Provide primary care in a highly resourced multi-disciplinary environment
  • Lead and mentor medical students, residents, and infectious disease fellows
  • Opportunity to engage in clinical research and quality improvement in an academic environment
  • Participate in scholarly activities with faculty members, fellows, and students
  • Engage in inpatient consultations, leading a team of fellows, residents, and students
  • Opportunity to work and live in the growing, culturally rich community of Brooklyn, NY

Requirements: M.D. with board certification or board eligibility in infectious diseases. A minimum of three years of experience providing care to HIV-infected patients. Effective written, verbal, and interpersonal skills. Training in infectious disease, plus two years of experience in the supervision of clinical staff preferred. Experience in treating Hepatitis C preferred. Employer: New York State. To apply, send CV and cover letter with salary requirements to: Jessica Yager, MD, MPH, Medical Director, STAR Program, [email protected]

Program Manager, HIV Outreach and Linkage to Care
Responsibilities: Oversee all monitoring, reporting, and quality management activities of STAR-Brookdale projects related to the identification, engagement, and (re)linkage of people with HIV to HIV-related medical care and iART. Directly supervise the Care Manager, Outreach Specialist, Client Navigators, and Data Analyst, conducting ongoing evaluation of staff competency and chart-based reviews to ensure the quality-of-service delivery. Participate in multidisciplinary case conference meetings and other STAR Brookdale meetings, as required. Monitor staff productivity, review achievement of program objectives monthly, and develop a system to revise procedures when objectives are not met. Ensure completion and submission of data reports. Ensure coordination of resources and logistics for ongoing staff training. Maintain ongoing communication with STAR Brookdale leadership to ensure coordination and integration of new services within STAR Brookdale and the larger Brookdale community. Act as a liaison with funder project officers and the NYC Department of Health Assess Connect and Engage (ACE) Team and participate in learning collaborative meetings with other grantees. Participate in STAR Program outreach and education efforts regarding HIV, HCV, behavioral health issues, and promotion of services. Contribute insights to local and regional working groups and collaboratives; establish and maintain relationships with agencies providing support services. Participate in the development of presentations and publications related to outcomes of the program evaluation. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of Public Health or direct service experience and 2 years of supervisory experience; master’s degree in public health, social work, nursing, or related field strongly preferred and may substitute for 1 year of experience; exceptional interpersonal experience and organizational skills; experience working in multicultural, team-oriented settings preferred; experience managing grant-funded projects strongly preferred. Effective written, verbal, organizational, and interpersonal skills; strong analytical skills, experience using electronic health records and database systems are strongly preferred. Salary Range: $65,000-$75,000 annually, commensurate with education and experience. Employer: One Brooklyn Health. To apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Jessica Yager, MD, MPH, Medical Director, STAR Program, [email protected]

Program Manager, Supportive Counseling and Family Stabilization (Counselor)
Responsibilities: Provide intake assessment, service plan development, reassessment & service plan updates for clients. Provide individual, group, & family counseling to clients on caseload for a variety of issues related to mental health, substance abuse, and medical treatment plan adherence. Provide client follow-up, care coordination, and referrals to ensure comprehensive care delivery. Conduct crisis intervention and participate in interdisciplinary team meetings. Participate in ongoing quality improvement processes and ensure QA of clinical documentation according to funder standards. Record session notes, care coordination and patient follow-up in the electronic health record. Complete encounter forms for entry into database and billing systems as required. Review staff encounter forms and ensure completion and accuracy of forms prior to data entry. Track program service progress to ensure that service goals are being met, and make adjustments, when needed, to ensure program meets projections. Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in social work counseling or related field and NYS licensure (LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, etc.) and experience providing supportive counseling addressing a variety of psychosocial problems. Effective written, verbal, organizational and interpersonal skills. Computer literacy required. Additional Preferred Qualifications: Experience using Seeking Safety and/or Motivational Interviewing; experience treating trauma; working with HIV or HCV+ and LGBTQIA+ populations; experience working in multicultural, team-oriented setting; bilingual in English/Spanish or English/Haitian Creole; experience using electronic medical record; experience working on performance-based contract; at least one-year supervisory experience is preferred. Salary Range: $65,000-$70,000 annually. Employer: The Research Foundation for SUNY. To apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Michelle Melendez, MS, LCSW, CHC, STAR Program Behavioral Health Director, [email protected]

Behavioral Health Counselor (Counselor)
Responsibilities: Work with patients, families, peer advocates and mental health providers, to develop comprehensive service plans for clients with mental health and substance use disorders. Administer screening tools for mental health substance use, domestic violence, and trauma; provide individual and group counseling for clients both in-person and via telehealth. Refer patients for “wrap-around”/recovery support services such as housing, childcare, vocational, educational services. Coordinate service plans with behavioral health service providers and community-based organizations providing services to clients. Contribute to patients’ care plan development by regular attendance at case conferences. Record session notes and patient follow-up in the electronic health record. Participate in community-based outreach activities. Participate in ongoing quality improvement activities. Opportunities to contribute to the development of abstracts related to program outcomes and to present on these outcomes when accepted by professional conferences. Minimum Qualifications: New York State licensed social worker (LMSW/LCSW) or mental health counselor (LMHC). Minimum of 2 years’ experience providing substance abuse counseling. Experience utilizing solution-focused and cognitive behavioral treatment models. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and basic understanding and experience documenting in electronic health records (EHR). Additional Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the treatment of trauma. Experience with substance use, harm reduction and relapse prevention counseling. Previous training in Motivational Interviewing and/or Seeking Safety. Experience in the provision of counseling to LGBTQ and gender non-conforming populations. Experience with HIV+ and dually diagnosed populations. Familiarity with buprenorphine treatment protocol and providing supportive counseling for individuals prescribed buprenorphine. Experience with performance-based grant funded programs. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Creole. Salary Range: $60,000-$68,000 annually. Employer: The Research Foundation for SUNY. To apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Christopher Jimenez, LMHC, CASAC, Assistant Director, Substance Use Treatment Services, [email protected]

Case Management Supervisor (Staff Associate SL-4)
Responsibilities: Develop, implement and maintain a comprehensive case management program that is compatible with STAR Health Center-Downstate and funder standards. Review existing case management policies and procedures and update them as needed to reflect current practices. Establish systems to monitor compliance with University Hospital and STAR-Downstate protocols. Direct the day-to-day operation of case management staff. Ensure continued professional development of case management staff through attendance at seminars, workshops and conferences. Ensure appropriate case management coverage. Problem-solve patient care processes and contact Behavioral Health Director as needed. Address patient complaints/in an effective manner to promote positive outcomes. Conduct and maintain records of weekly meetings to provide supervision and professional development. Develop systems to coordinate with other disciplines to effectively implement care plans. Communicate with inpatient staff, UHB subspecialty areas, and other programs to ensure continuity of care. Participate in interdisciplinary service plan development through leading daily case huddles with STAR-Downstate staff. Work with other STAR-Downstate staff to help each patient achieve goals delineated in the care plan. Develop systems to coordinate with other disciplines to effectively implement care plans. Communicate with inpatient staff, University Hospital subspecialty areas, and other programs to ensure continuity of care. Monitor staff productivity and attainment of objectives as projected in the annual HRSA work plan. Develop system to ensure compliance with Ryan White policies related to income requirements, cap on charges and sliding fee scale. Ensure documentation for all patients and coordination with hospital finance. Monitor continuous quality improvement activities for case management services: Routinely check completion and appropriateness of assessments and service plans. Serve as a liaison between STAR-Downstate and the community as needed, through participation in community-based planning committees, meetings, workshops, etc. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in social work, public health or related field strongly preferred. Minimum 5 years’ experience working with vulnerable populations such as people with HIV, people with mental health and substance use disorders, as well as LGBTQIA+ populations. Minimum of 3 years’ supervisory experience required. Certified Application Counselor (CAC) training required, but may be completed upon employment. Effective written, verbal, and interpersonal skills required. Excellent organizational analytical and problem-solving skills required. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Haitian Creole preferred. Salary Range: $65,000-$70,000 annually. Employer: New York State. To apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Michelle Melendez, MS, LCSW, CHC, Behavioral Health Director, [email protected]

Licensed Practical Nurse:
Responsibilities: Provide direct patient care involving the administration and oversight of medications, vaccinations, buprenorphine inductions and nursing care assessments. Participate in the development and implementation of teaching plan for patient, family, and/or caregivers. Provide telephone and walk-in triage for acute patient problems and make appropriate provider referrals. Identify substance abuse problems; promote patient self-care activities and treatments that facilitate optimal levels of functioning. Assist in coordinating services for new and emerging STAR-Downstate programs related to care, clinical education and research. Provide HIV and HCV counseling and testing for clients and family members; perform phlebotomy according to UHB clinical laboratory guidelines. Participate in SHC outreach activities, including provision of HIV Pre and Post-test counseling as needed. Participate in the development and implementation of multi-disciplinary case managed care (e.g., attending team huddles, transition and prenatal meetings). Participate in quality improvement activities related to STAR-Downstate, including quality improvement data tracking, including development of PDSA cycles. Minimum Qualifications: NYS Licensed Practical Nurse; current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification. Minimum of one (1) year of clinical experience in an ambulatory care setting; experience with electronic health record (EHR) and Microsoft Office applications. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with HIV and HCV treatment; substance abuse treatment experience; bi-lingual Spanish/English or English/Haitian Creole. Hours: 37.5 hours per week; must be able to work flexible schedule, including some evenings and occasional weekends. Salary Range: $45,000-$55,000 annually. Employer: The Research Foundation for SUNY. To apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Weda Lewis, MHA, ACHE, Operations Manager, STAR-Downstate, [email protected]

Care Coordinator, CCR Program, STAR-Brookdale – One Brooklyn Health – Brookdale Hospital Medical Center – Brooklyn, NY. The STAR Health Center at Brookdale Hospital Medical Center is a comprehensive ambulatory care program caring for the most vulnerable populations in Brooklyn, including people with HIV and HCV, immigrants, LGBTQ and gender nonconforming populations, and people with mental health and substance use disorders. Duties: Care Coordinators supervise, mentor, and guide patient navigators. They monitor navigation services for each patient on their caseload to ensure that they are conducted according to program standards. They are responsible for leading comprehensive assessments, organizing case conferences, and ensuring service planning. The Care Coordinator is usually the first point of contact for patients enrolling in the program. They are responsible for introducing patients to the program, conducting the initial comprehensive assessment and service plan development, and incorporating a patient’s medical treatment plan into the overall service plan. Care Coordinators also facilitate case conferences with the primary care provider, patient, and other members of the care team. As needed, Care Coordinators may also cover services normally provided by the Patient Navigator. Required Qualifications: BA/BS. Experience working in multicultural, team-oriented setting preferred. Experience working with PLWH, substance using and/or MICA clients and experience working with the LGBTQ population preferred. Strong communication skills both written and verbal, with the ability to interact with all employees, staff, and senior leadership. Computer literacy required, and experience using electronic health record strongly preferred. Bilingual in English/Spanish or English/Haitian Creole preferred. Ability to be decisive based on prior experience, precedent or interpretation of regulations/policy. Excellent organizational, prioritization, time management skills. COVID vaccination is required. Masks must be worn at all times. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree. Hours: Full-time, M-F, 9am-5pm, 37.5 hours per week. Salary Range: $60,000. To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Lori Hurley, PhD, MPH, MSW, Director of Quality and Community Outreach, STAR Program, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, [email protected]

Nurse Supervisor/Registered Nurse
Duties: Provide direct patient care involving the administration and oversight of medications, vaccinations, and nursing care assessments, participate in the evaluation and screening for patients receiving buprenorphine; and assist with procedures such as colposcopy and high resolution anoscopy. Participate in the development and implementation of teaching plans for patient, family, and/or caregivers and promote patient self-care activities and treatments that facilitate optimal levels of functioning. Provide direction to outreach activities including provision of HIV testing and education. Serve as team leader and role model for professional and paraprofessional nursing staff; ensure development, execution and adherence of SHC nursing policies and procedures. Participate in the development and implementation of multi-disciplinary case managed care. Identify mental health and substance use disorders and report issues to the patient’s health care team. Document all plans and treatment in the electronic health record (EHR), and complete documentation for NYS DOH and other regulatory agencies. Participate in quality improvement activities, including data tracking and development of PDSA cycles. Provide telephone and walk-in triage for acute patient problems and make appropriate referrals. Assist in coordinating services for new and emerging SHC programs, and assist with administrative responsibilities as needed. Required Qualifications: Registered nurse with NYS license; BSN from accredited nursing school with at 3 years of ambulatory care experience. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, EHR, and hospital-based applications. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in nursing, public health, or related field. Experience in the care of HIV/HCV and substance use disorders. Experience in academic medical center with integrated care/research. Experience with regulatory requirements of Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). Hours: Full-time, Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm, 37.5 hours per week. NOTE: 2 EVENINGS ARE REQUIRED. Salary Range: $83,000-100,000. To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Weda Lewis, MHA, ACHE, Operations Manager, STAR Health Center, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, 450 Clarkson Avenue, MSC 1240, Brooklyn, NY 11203; [email protected]

Telehealth Literacy Educator (temporary position)
The STAR Health Center at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University (www.starprogram.nyc) is a comprehensive ambulatory care program caring for the most vulnerable populations in Central Brooklyn, including people with HIV and HCV, immigrants, LGBTQ+, reentrants, and people with mental health and substance use disorders. We are seeking a Telehealth Literacy Educator who will provide respectful education and support to patients to improve their ability to use health technology. Duties: Educate, coach and empower patients on using patient portal and telehealth technology. Educate patients on the importance of being visible on-screen for medical and mental health visits. Visit patients at home to assess barriers to telehealth or patient portal, i.e., wi-fi or other technology issues. Work closely with the care team to identify patients who need assistance with telehealth usage; implement strategies for overcoming barriers. Address any changes in patient needs and work with the patient and other members of the health care team to update their plan of care. Provide feedback to healthcare team through EHR notes, EHR messaging, and participation in interdisciplinary team meetings. Develop spreadsheet system to track and follow-up on efforts on all patients receiving technology education. Train STAR navigators and other health team members on telehealth technology and engagement. Work with team members to develop written reports and presentations for other health care providers on successes and challenges of telehealth literacy program. Qualifications and Experience: High school diploma/GED. Effective computer, technical, organizational and interpersonal skills; demonstrated proficiency in digital technology and applications including, but not limited to, desktop computers, smartphones, tablets, social media, telehealth applications, videoconferencing, audio communication, text messaging; and Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Cultural competency. Strong interpersonal, organizational, and problem-solving skills required. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Creole preferred. AA/AAS degree in an information technology field or equivalent experience and one year of community health, outreach, patient navigator or equivalent experience preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Creole preferred. Hours/Days of Week: 37.5 hrs./wk., M-F, 9am-5pm; Salary Range: $50,000-$55,000 annually, based on experience. TEMPORARY POSITION – UP TO 1 YEAR. COVID-19 VACCINATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION. To apply, send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: Lori Hurley, PhD, MPH, MSW, Director of Quality and Community Outreach, STAR Program, [email protected]

Behavioral Health Counselor
Duties: Work with patients, families, peer advocates and mental health providers, to develop comprehensive service plans for clients with mental health and substance use disorders. Provide individual and group counseling- both on-site and remotely as needed- for clients regarding issues of chemical dependency, HIV and HCV prevention, and trauma. Refer patients for “wrap-around”/recovery support services such as housing, childcare, vocational, educational services. Coordinate service plans with behavioral health service providers and community-based organizations providing services to clients. Contribute to patients’ care plan development by regular attendance at case conferences; participate in ongoing quality improvement activities. Administer mental health and substance use screening tools and conduct patient interviews in accordance with SAMHSA protocols. Record session notes and patient follow-up in the electronic health record. Qualifications and Experience: REQUIRED: New York State licensed social worker (LMSW/LCSW) or mental health counselor (LMHC); 3 years’ experience with substance abuse counseling, harm reduction and relapse prevention counseling and time effective, solution-focused and cognitive behavioral treatment models. 2 years’ experience in the treatment of trauma. Must be able to work flexible schedule, including some evenings and occasional weekends. PREFERRED: CASAC or CASAC-T preferred. Previous training in Motivational Interviewing and/or Seeking Safety strongly preferred. Experience in the provision of counseling to LGBTQ and gender non-conforming populations and incarcerated and/or formerly incarcerated strongly preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Creole preferred. Must be proficient with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Office Suite; and experience with an electronic health record (EHR) preferred. Hours/Days of Week: Full-time, Monday – Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, 37.5 hrs/wk. Some evenings & occasional weekends. Salary Range: $55,000.00 – $65,000.00. COVID-19 VACCINATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION. To apply, send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: Christopher Jimenez, LMHC, Assistant Director of Substance Abuse Services, STAR Health Center, [email protected]

Patient Navigator
Duties: Provide field-based health education on a monthly or weekly basis and skills building service to patients. Accompany patients to primary care appointments and to other health care and social service encounters. Coordinate ongoing navigation and logistical support for appointment keeping reminders, transportation and childcare arrangements. Track patients’ progress through health education curriculum. Conduct social service and benefits reassessment and follow-up. Provide critical feedback to other members of the health care team based on observations in the field through electronic health record (EHR) notes, EHR messaging, participation in multidisciplinary care conference meetings and phone communication. Educate, coach and empower patients. Provide directly observed therapy (DOT) in patients’ homes as needed; observe and record patient self-administration of antiretrovirals (ARVs); and assess for and report any ARV related side-effects. Document all patient activities on required data forms for submission into eSHARE or an alternative data system. Qualifications: REQUIRED: Bilingual in English and Spanish. AA, AAS Degree, or equivalent educational credits with at least 3 years of experience working in an agency providing case management, social services or health care services. Effective written, verbal, organizational and interpersonal skills. Computer literacy required. Personal experience with HIV, HCV and/or substance use. PREFERRED: 4-year college degree may be substituted for one year of experience. Experience working with HIV+, substance using and/or MICA clients. Experience working in multidisciplinary and multicultural, team-oriented setting. Experience using EHR. Experience working with LGBT populations. Experience with outreach and use of social media. Hours: Full-time, Monday – Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, 37.5 hours per week. Salary Range: $50,000. To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Lori Hurley, PhD, MPH, MSW, Director of Quality and Community Outreach, STAR Program, [email protected]

Medical Office Assistant, One Brooklyn Health/Brookdale Hospital Medical Center (Job 3410)
Duties: Under physician supervision, assists with all medical/laboratory procedures; performs venipuncture, EKG’s; takes vital signs, assists in all office medical and surgical procedures, retrieves laboratory results for physicians. Performs front desk clerical duties if assignment requires. Receives and escorts patient to exam room. Takes and records vital signs, prepares patient for medical exam and assists physician during exam and minor procedures. Performs venipuncture, completes forms, places specimen in correct container for laboratory. Ensures that patients receive timely and appropriate care within the delivery system. Demonstrates initiative and competency in the utilization of Health Information Technology to perform essential job functions, which include, but are not limited to: 1) documentation in the Electronic Health Record (EHR) of required patient information, (2) transmission of Electronic Health Information (EHI), and (3) retrieval of EHI. Facilitates internal and external referrals in collaboration with the RN/LPN or Medical Provider on duty. Demonstrates a commitment to maintaining a supportive work environment that fosters collaboration and communication between all health care team members. Projects a positive image to the communities we serve and demonstrates respect for the cultural and religious diversities and needs of patients, families and care providers. Maintains exam rooms and stock supplies. Provides for the safety of the patient. Monitors the integrity of equipment and promptly reports malfunctioning, missing or damaged equipment to clinic leadership in accordance with established procedures. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications: Education: High school graduate or equivalency required. Graduate of an Accredited School for Medical Assistant. Certificate from accredited/approved MOA program. Basic Life Support (BLS). Experience: Minimum one (1) year experience, preferably in a physician’s office or in ambulatory setting. Knowledge and Skills: Good interpersonal skills. Ability to fully utilize BHMC’s electronic record systems, equipment and other healthcare and billing systems relevant to this position. Ability to speak, read and write in English. Thoroughly understands knowledge of all equipment, report malfunctions. Understands routing slips and transmission of same. Physical Requirements: Possible exposure to hot and cold. Possible exposure to infectious bacteria and blood borne pathogens. Position may require prolonged periods of standing, reaching, walking throughout the working day. Position will be required to talk effectively, stoop, bend, lift, and carry items weighing or exerting force up to 35 pounds. Hours: Varies. Salary Range: TBD. To apply, send resume and cover letter to Hillary Farmer, Manager, STAR-Brookdale, [email protected]

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