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PACPI Coordinator

The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) mobilizes communities to create equity and justice for people living with and vulnerable to HIV and related chronic diseases. We envision a world in which people living with HIV and related chronic diseases will thrive, and new HIV infections will be rare. Our work focuses on improving health equity, preventing new cases of HIV, serving as a collaboration and knowledge center, and being a bold voice for change.

We are seeking for an individual to serve as our PACPI Coordinator. The PACPI Coordinator will provide administrative and program support for PACPI as well as other supportive functions.

Principal functions and responsibilities of this position include the following:


Program Support

·         Provide daily program support for PACPI Enhanced Case Managers including ordering items for clients, assisting in client support, and disseminating donated items from donors to the clients;

·         Provide data analysis support for PACPI Enhanced Case Managers including cleaning of data and completion of quarterly data reports;

·         Provide rapid HIV testing data entry support for the monthly reports received from hospitals statewide including follow up with data anomalies, data cleaning and generation of quarterly reports as needed;

·         Provide program support for the PACPI prenatal class, including meeting logistics, scheduling, coordination of instructors, logistical support for client participants, and maintenance of data related to the program;

·         Support donor/vendor relationships and coordinate with vendors to provide in-kind support to the classes. Assist in the distribution of incentives to clients completing the class;

·         Provide scheduling and logistical support to the PACPI Executive Board of Directors, including preparation of minutes and supportive materials;

·         Provide general administrative support to PACPI including preparation of payment requests, entering deposits, filing, audit support, and coordination and management of student interns;

·         Provide support to the 24/7 Illinois Perinatal Hotline through maintenance of the resource manual.



·         Assist with agency-wide activities as directed, including Annual Meeting, AIDS Run & Walk, and others;

·         Protect organization's value and manage risk by keeping information confidential;

·         Perform other duties as assigned.




Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree and 3 or more years office and administrative experience 


Preferred Qualifications

MSW or MPH degree preferred

Bilingual English/Spanish a plus


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Strong ability to accomplish a task with concern for all areas involved, no matter how small.  This includes the ability to notice inconsistencies/faults in organizational processes in order to ensure the quality of services provided by the organization and to prevent further inefficiencies.  The ability to attend to and verify the accuracy and completeness of detailed information in paper documents or electronically (i.e., charges, data, due dates).

The ability to quickly and accurately process multiple types of information and/or perform multiple tasks simultaneously.

The ability and willingness to respect and value the differences and perceptions of different groups/individuals. This includes managing the diverse cultural, ethnic, gender, age, educational, professional, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, etc. backgrounds and styles of others and adapting one’s own behavior to best manage the situation, and seeking out those individual differences to implement and achieve the vision and mission of the organization.


Send cover letter and resume to: Email to, via mail to AIDS Foundation of Chicago, 200 West Jackson Suite 2100 Chicago, IL 60606, or via fax to (312) 784-9054.


Please reference position code PACPIC 501

Decisions and criteria governing the employment relationship with all employees at AIDS Foundation of Chicago are made in a non-discriminatory manner, without regard to race, ethnicity, creed, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, citizenship status, military service and/or marital status, order of protection status, handicap, disability (including HIV/AIDS status), or any other factor determined to be unlawful by federal, state, or local statutes.