Executive Director: TPAN is seeking a new CEO that will serve as the leader and public face of the organization. The successful candidate will be engaging, personable and possess strong leadership skills with an ability to lead a highly-skilled and knowledgeable team. The CEO will report directly to the Board of Directors and work in concert with the senior leadership team. The CEO will be expected to develop a strategic vision for the future of TPAN and demonstrate innovative thinking and judicious use of resources. This person will also foster and develop strong relationships with clients, government agencies, philanthropic enterprises and community partners. Therefore, candidates with a strong connection to the community that TPAN serves and the Chicagoland area are especially encouraged to apply. Review the full job description here.
Mental Health Therapist: As our new mental health therapist you will work with clients who are HIV-positive or vulnerable to HIV and conduct mental health assessments and client enrollment intakes, maintain confidential client records, conduct individual counseling sessions, and facilitate a therapy group. Review the full job description and apply here.
TPAN is pleased to offer internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Interns receive hands on experience working with TPAN's clients and community, assisting our mission to save lives and empower those affected by HIV and related conditions.
Current internship opportunities are available for social work students working with our case management department, journalism and marketing internships with Positively Aware, and social media and event internships with our development department.
For more information, read the internship opportunities below or contact us.
TPAN is an equal opportunity employer
We are committed to creating a diverse work environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.