Treatment Adherence Specialist

The Treatment Adherence Specialist (TAS) will be responsible for implementation of the The Alliance Treatment Adherence Program, and operation of the Pharmacy Access Centers at one or more of The Alliance sites (CASA Washington Heights, Midtown Central, and Pelham Grand Hosing in the Bronx.) The TAS will build client relationships, present pharmacy service options, facilitate information gathering and relay to pharmacy, and conduct individual and group level interventions. The TAS also acts as a liaison between The Alliance staff and Pharmacy team with the overall goal of successfully engaging patients in medical care and support services to increase viral suppression and health outcomes. Click here for full position description.

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to jobs@alliance.nyc with the subject line "Treatment Adherence Specialist."

IT Support Specialist

The IT Support Specialist will provide front-line, primary, technical support to end users through troubleshooting workstation and user problems. This may include answering questions, troubleshooting problems, guiding users regarding software and hardware functionality and determining the most effective manner to resolve client's technical issues. Click here for full position description.

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to jobs@alliance.nyc with the subject line "IT Support Specialist."

Care Coordinators

Care Coordinators will organize care and provide guidance to clients with complex psychiatric and/or co-morbid medical conditions;  develop effective interpersonal relationships with clients and work collaboratively with the interdisciplinary care team to improve health outcomes; and utilize internal and community resources to educate clients and form a care plan with specific health outcomes. Click here for full position description.

Salary: $42,500/year

Bilingual in Spanish or French preferred but not required.

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to jobs@alliance.nyc with the subject line "Care Coordinator."

OASAS Program Director

The OASAS Program Director will be responsible for managing the Part 822.4 program; ensure coordination and compliance with funding sources, licensing authorities, and key stakeholders; provide effective supervision and staffing; service monitoring and quality assurance, and ensure culturally responsive direct services to individuals and families in the program.  The incumbent provides vision and leadership to ensure quality management, coordination of services to adults with substance use disorder, as well as other diagnoses including mental illness, in compliance with regulation standards. Click here for full position description.

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to jobs@alliance.nyc with the subject line "OASAS Program Director."