So Long, Jill!
Jill Cadman, TI's star associate editor, is leaving us. We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors. We are also of course looking for another ace HIV reporter. The ideal candidate will have a history of writing medical news articles and be familiar with AIDS treatment activism. A demonstrated ability to translate complicated pharmaceutical and medical data into popular language is essential. Salary is in the high 30s. Applicants should submit a resume, writing samples and salary requirements.
GMHC has two other openings:
Health educator. This person will design and facilitate training seminars and workshops covering HIV treatment concerns and serve as an information resource for GMHC and the general public. Qualifications include a BA and experience working with the HIV/AIDS community. Proficiency in a second language is strongly preferred.
Coordinator for the Hotline and Community Outreach programs. The candidate, who should have a master's degree in mental health, will provide clinical supervision and training for staff and volunteers.
To apply, contact CJ Bacino, Human Resources Dept., GMHC, 119 West 24 Street, New York, NY 10011 (fax: 212/367-1527).
This article was provided by Gay Men's Health Crisis. It is a part of the publication GMHC Treatment Issues. Visit GMHC's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.