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B-FED Project Client Specialist

The B-FED (BAO Food and Education Delivery) program, a collaborative nutrition initiative between the UAB 1917 Clinic and BAO offers nutrition services to improve the health of and decrease the rate of chronic disease in people living with HIV, who have a higher risk of food insecurity, obesity, diabetes and heart disease than the general population. B-FED provides improved-nutrition services and educational content to those living with HIV.

  • Specialist will assist with direct client services such as; B-FED client appointments, home visits, nutrition workshops, support groups, and education material, as well as food pantry work as needed.

  • Team player with positive outlook, a can-do attitude, a strong work ethic, excellent writing, communication, organizational, time management skills, computer proficiency, and strong interpersonal skills preferred.

  • Attention to details, ability to maintain organization while multitasking, reliability and dependability are necessary. Must be able to regularly lift 40+ lbs and stand for extended periods.

  • High school diploma or equivalent, reliable transportation, must have a current Driver’s License and good driving record.

The position is full time with excellent benefits.


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BAO Client Services Social Worker 

  • Bachelor of Social Work required; license preferred, agency will assist with licensure associated costs

  • Responsibilities include direct service provision and case management for persons living with HIV

BIPOC and LGBTQ+ Individuals are encouraged to apply. Send resumes to

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Licensed Attorney, Full Time 

Birmingham AIDS Outreach (BAO) is seeking to hire a highly motivated and mission-driven full-time Client Attorney to join BAO’s legal program. This position will be supervised by the Director of the BAO legal program, and will work alongside licensed attorneys, case managers, and the entire BAO professional team. This position will be responsible for rendering pro bono legal services for community members with HIV. The position will be based in Birmingham and will focus on legal advocacy with individuals, families, and communities impacted by HIV throughout the state of Alabama.

Candidates must be attorneys licensed by the Alabama State Bar and be members in good standing. Ideal candidates will be highly organized and comfortable with the use and development of technology for conducting legal services, legal education, and legal outreach; be comfortable working directly with people of diverse backgrounds and identities; have a demonstrable commitment to a broad range of social, racial, and economic justice issues, particularly as relates to people with HIV and people who identify as LGBTQ; and be skilled in verbal and written legal communications, briefs, and memos. Trial court experience is not required but is considered a plus for this position.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with the salaries of licensed attorneys employed in public interest in Alabama. Benefits include vacation leave time; full medical and dental benefits; and matched retirement savings.

BAO is an affirming and welcoming employer. People of color, women, people with disabilities, and people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, gender non-conforming, non-binary, or same gender loving are urged to apply. All interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Please do not phone with questions pertaining to this position, as calls may not be returned.

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