"What I like to do is try to make a difference with my work." - David Bowie

Employment Opportunities

You can make a difference with your work at Open Aid Alliance. We’re a growing agency with multiple programs serving the various needs of our participants.

Open Aid Alliance is a unique work setting and requires applicants to treat all people with dignity and respect, work in a bustling office with an open floor plan and recognize that every day is a learning opportunity.

Available Positions

Housing Navigator

Description:

At Open Aid Alliance, “Housing is Healthcare.” We provide housing assistance and stability support to people living with HIV in the western Montana region. This full time equivalent position is 35 hours per week and may include opportunities for rapid advancement for the right candidate. This is a dynamic position that participates in a team approach to care coordination in addition to providing one on one services to individuals experiencing significant barriers to housing. Strong organizational skills are a necessity to meet the requirements of administering the program. Willingness to establish and maintain strong personal and professional boundaries is also required to be a successful candidate for this position. We have two positions available in this program.

Housing Navigator Job Description

If you have any questions or to submit your resume, please email [email protected]

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Description:

This is a full time equivalent, dynamic and active position that is deeply rooted in
outreach to high risk populations. In addition to outreach, this position includes elements of program development and relationship building with new syringe service and testing programs in communities in Lake County and Missoula County. This full time position conducts services primarily outside of an office setting and will require 50% travel outside of the Missoula area.

The goals of this program include:
• Conducting multiple interventions and techniques to reach people who are at high risk of being infected with HIV and helping those who are already living with HIV, to engage in medical care earlier.
• Increase access to harm reduction and syringe service programming in Missoula County and Lake County while helping to develop mobile and fixed site programming.

Offsite Services Coordinator

If you have any questions or to submit your resume, please email [email protected]

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Peer Support Specialist

Description:

To create connection, hope and access to services for people using substances,
contemplating change or in some stage of recovery. The Peer Support program spans all programs of Open Aid Alliance, including harm reduction program, housing and outpatient addiction treatment. This position is open to people with personal lived experience that may include; homelessness, incarceration, HIV, injection drug use, substance use, non-normative forms of sexuality, trauma, and/or people living with a mental health condition.

Peer Support Job Description

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