Thank you for your interest in joining The Women’s Collective team!

CAREWARE DATA CONSULTANT

Thursday, 16 January 2014
The CAREWare Data Consultant reports to the Deputy Director and is responsible for (1) managing the CAREWare data reporting system, (2) identifying and addressing areas in the CAREWare data system that need to be utilized differently by care program staff to facilitate internal and external reporting requirements, (3) completing internal and external reporting requirements, and (4) training care program staff to use the data system most accurately and efficiently to meet the functional needs of client service delivery and reporting requirements. Start date is as early as possible.

Review the CareWare Data Consultant announcment to learn how to apply.

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

Monday, 9 December 2013
The Community Health Worker is responsible for coordinating our Ryan White Early Intervention Services (EIS) program, supporting our psychosocial support services with a prevention with positives approach that focuses on individual and group interventions, delivering group treatment adherence sessions, and working with the mental health care provider(s )and medical case managers on-site to support client retention in these services. 

Review the Community Health Worker job announcement to learn how to apply.

MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST (LICSW)

Monday, 9 December 2013
The Mental Health Therapist will be responsible for implementing, monitoring, and evaluating mental health therapy services/counseling activities of our care management program as a critical care team member. The MHT will work directly with women living with HIV/AIDS, their partner(s), and self-defined family members to empower and assist them in decreasing the distress and depressed effects of living with HIV/AIDS. This is a consultant position.

Review the Mental Health Therapist job announcement to learn how to apply.

PANTRY PROGRAM

Thursday, 06 June 2013
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.