Health Home Care Coordinators

An Alliance Care Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and tracking the progress of patients with complex psychiatric and/or co-morbid medical conditions and alerting other members of the Care Team when follow-up is required. Providing services for a caseload of at least 60 people, they ensure efficient and successful access and linkage to necessary medical and behavioral health services, including escorts, home and hospital visits, short term crisis intervention, risk reduction counseling and medical treatment adherence. Care Coordinators should have spent a total of two years working with an underserved population through employment, volunteer work, and internships. They should ideally have a basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Entitlement issues, and should hold at least a Bachelor's Degree, preferably in a Social Service discipline. Multilingual (particularly Spanish-speaking) candidates are preferred.

Submit cover and updated resume at with “Care Coordinator “ in the subject line. No phone calls.

Care Coordination Patient Navigator

An Alliance Patient Navigator provides all home-based health promotion, adherence education, support and skills building services to HIV/AIDS patients on a quarterly, monthly or weekly basis. Helps patients stay connected to care; links patients to community resources; provides escort services, identifies and helps remove barriers to care.  Works as part of a health care team at a major NYC medical center. Experience with HIV/AIDS and knowledge of entitlement programs. Competitive salaries. Submit cover and updated resume to Cynthia Rossi, Associate Director of Care Coordination, at with “Patient Navigator “ in the subject line.  No phone calls.