Thank you for your interest in joining The Women’s Collective team!
The Fiscal Director is responsible for overall administration of financial management activities including internal accounting matters, grant financial administration, payroll, benefits and administration. Must ensure sound financial planning, accounting, cash management and budget oversight of multiple project grants including foundation, local and Federal. The Fiscal Director is also responsible for the direct supervision of the Operations Coordinator. The Fiscal Director will report directly to the Executive Director and will be based at 1331 Rhode Island Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20018.
The Women’s Collective is a nonprofit, tax-exempt provider of HIV prevention and care services for women in the Washington, DC area, with a strong focus on low-income women of color. It has an annual budget of about $1.6 million. Funding comes primarily from a combination of federal and local government grants and contracts and foundation grants, with some individual donations and corporate support. The organization is in the process of strategic planning to identify areas for service expansion and program refinements. It recently moved from Peachtree to Quick Books in order to be able to better monitor project expenses and determine costs by client and by service unit, and to obtain third party reimbursements. Some of TWC’s services are Medicaid-eligible and TWC expects to attain Medicaid certification for its mental health services within the next 6-9 months. The organization has a deep commitment to the community it serves and maintains a safe and supportive environment for its clients. TWC seeks an Accountant/Fiscal Director with the skills and energy to maintain the new fiscal system and assist the organization in ensuring efficient and effective financial management.
PAH Care Partner
The Prevention At Home (PAH) Care Partner will provide outreach services, HIV and sexually transmitted disease (STD) counseling and testing services (CTS), referral and linkage to medical providers for treatment and follow-up, and ongoing education and support to reduce risk for HIV/STD transmission, ensure access to medical care, and promote good clinical outcomes. The Care Partner is responsible for outreach and recruiting PAH participants. The Care Partner will teach clients to self-screen for HIV and STDs, and apply PAH health IT applications to educate and support clients to reduce their HIV/STD risk, select a medical provider, enroll and be retained in medical care, and support ongoing retention in care. The Care Partner will coordinate their activities with the clients’ healthcare team to ensure long-term retention in high quality care. The Care Partner will coordinator their activities with the clients’ medical case managers, community health workers, and other care team members to assist PAH clients to link to healthcare and other community resources. The Care Partner will participate in quality improvement (QI) activities to improve health outcomes. The Care Partner will be responsible for accurately recording information about the services provided to PAH clients and data to measure the impact of the PAH model. Care Partner activities will be conducted in homes, healthcare settings, and other community settings.
Our Kitchen Pantry program needs you! Each week we pick up donations from stores in our region that donate food for women and girls to have on site and that can be packaged and taken home. This greatly benefits women who need nutritional food in order to stay healthy. If you are interested in donating a few hours each week on to pick up food and deliver it to TWC on Monday and Wednesday mornings, we would love to hear from you.
For more information on the Pantry Program please call Darence at 202-483-7003.