Job Opportunities

CBAM is now hiring for the HPTN 094: INTEGRA Study! This study will utilize a mobile health delivery unit (aka mobile clinic) to link persons who inject drugs to integrated care and prevention for addiction, HIV, HCV and primary care. Staff will travel in the unit to designated locations throughout Los Angeles County to conduct the study, recruiting patients for a 6-month intervention and linking them to other services in the area.

Addiction Medicine Clinician for Mobile Unit (NP, PA or MD)

The full time study clinician will conduct medical visits on the mobile unit. The Clinician will be responsible for placing orders, writing prescriptions, reviewing labs, and assessing adverse events. This position will enter data and oversee medication accountability. Given the small team, this position may also be asked to drive the unit and to assist with daily setup and tear down.

Qualified applicants may include Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants or Physicians. Must possess an X-waiver and have experience working with persons who inject drugs. Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred.

Interested applicants can email their resume/CV to

Senior Peer Navigator/Supervisor (Job #10392)

The Peer Navigator Supervisor will oversee setup and implementation of navigation services for the study. Hire, train, and supervisor lower-level navigators; develop recruitment and retention plans; liaise with healthcare and social service providers; compile data and report on progress. Work closely with the study team on day-to-day operations and participate in meetings with staff from other HIV Prevention Trials Network sites who are also conducting this study. Will also be responsible for their own caseload of participants, assessing needs and ensuring that participants are directly connected to the healthcare and other services they need.

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Peer Navigator (Job #10397)

We have 3 positions open. The Navigators will work with the study team to recruit and retain participants in the study. Each Peer Navigator will be responsible for a caseload of participants, assessing their needs and ensuring that they are directly connected to the healthcare and other services they need. They will administer study measures and assist with data entry. Will work as part of a larger study team, attending regular meetings and supervision and assisting with daily setup and tear down of the mobile unit. The Navigator may also drive the mobile unit or study van.

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