CKP Outreach and PrEP Coordinator
Community Health Center

Middletown, Connecticut

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Job Description Summary:

Job Description:

The Center for Key Populations (CKP) PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) Coordinator will increase awareness, and provide direct linkage to care of people seeking access with the goal of eliminating barriers to care. The CKP PrEP Coordinator provides resources, navigation, assistance, support and services as an effective HIV prevention method by identifying potential PrEP candidates and those in need of PrEP navigation services.

The CKP PrEP Coordinator will assist PrEP clients with services such as, but not limited to, health insurance enrollment, PrEP provider identification, appointment scheduling, management of clinical costs, appointment reminders, partner notification, screenings for other STI's, education on the benefits of PrEP and ongoing maintenance. This position will work to empower clients to navigate medical and social systems on their own.

The CKP PrEP Coordinator must adhere to the Community Health Center, Inc. policies and procedures of exhibiting professional skills in all contacts and ensuring that all activities are in support of the company's mission statement and policies.


Develop close working relationships with leadership and providers to ensure coordination of services related to HIV Prevention, HIV Treatment, STI Screening, and Primary Care.

Responsible for recruitment, enrollment, and establishment of care who are in need of PrEP services and enrolling patients as needed with all appropriate documentation.

Provide linkage to care and patient coordination for individuals seeking PrEP as a practical prevention tool.

Provide support to HIV-negative individuals who are interested in starting PrEP and those already utilizing PrEP care.

Complete screenings to identify readiness for PrEP and other barriers to care.

Assess benefits and insurance, and if needed, provide assistance to access payor programs.

Maintain appropriate and timely patient documentation of services utilizing electronic health records.

Work with the CKP Outreach Coordinator to implement and follow through on an outreach strategic plan.

Organize, promote, and facilitate outreach events statewide to educate and raise awareness in the public about HIV risk and PrEP options.

Provide HIV and Hepatitis C testing to at-risk populations in the community, and at community events.

Conduct outreach to develop a network of community partners, and develop MOUs as needed.

Enter HIV routine testing data for the Prevention grant in CDC SAMS efficiently and weekly. (Secure Access Management Services Portal)

Actively participate in CKP staff meetings, trainings, and any other meeting as directed by the supervisor.

Special assignments, projects, and other duties as assigned by direct supervisor.


Associate degree in a related field

Bilingual- Spanish/English

Experience in healthcare settings, and community resources experience.

Computer skills using Microsoft software applications.

Effective teamwork orientation with the ability to communicate and build relationships

Effective communication skills, both oral and written, as well as excellent interpersonal skills.

Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and demonstrate ability to manage multiple tasks, adapt to changing priorities, and meet deadlines.

Understanding of and ability to access community resources.

Ability to work hands-on with limited resources, independently or in a team setting.

Maturity, flexibility, compassion, and the ability to work well with vulnerable populations.

Preferred experience in providing crisis interventions, coordination of services, advocacy, and community outreach in working with individuals.

Energetic and willing to work flexible shifts including weekends.

Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) understanding a plus.

Must have a valid driver's license and a reliable vehicle a plus.


At times staff will enter tenement buildings and are required to climb up and down stairs. Most of the time staff is expected to be in the community. Travel time by foot or automobile is required.


Confidentiality of business information is a requirement. Confidentiality must be maintained according to CHC policies

Organization Information:

Community Based Services Admin

Time Type:
Full time

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