This is intermediate level work performing a variety of tasks under limited supervision where general policies, practices and principles can be applied to a situation not previously covered. The job requires a general knowledge of counseling techniques and social work principles and practices. Incumbents may use skill in recommending routine changes in standardized operating procedures.
Conduct interviews, provide partner services, performs field investigations and field testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HIV, or other bacterial, biological, or viral agents.
Complete reports, analyze data, and perform case management activities as directed in the process of identifying individuals infected with a STD, HIV/AIDS, or other bacterial, biological and/or viral agents. These activities will include but not be limited to case discussions, work prioritization, records documentation, case management, interviewing, visual case analysis and documentation of activities in the PRISM database.
Provide coverage in the FDOH-Duval STD clinic on scheduled, designated days as assigned by STD supervisory staff.
Perform Pre and Post test HIV counseling and provides Partner Counseling Referral Services (PCRS) in accordance with STD program policy to a wide variety of individuals with or at risk of an STD, HIV/AIDS, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis or other bacterial, biological and/or viral agent. Provide STD technical assistance to all Area 4 County Health Departments.
Participate in community outreach testing events, community educational presentations, staff meetings, and training sessions.
Perform other related duties as assigned.