The Boulder County AIDS Project believes all people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS deserve quality health care. Every day, we test individuals at risk for HIV, making sure those who test positive get access to the care, information, and support they need. Testing, treatment, and ending stigma are the pathways to a world without AIDS.
To effectively achieve this goal, the Boulder County AIDS Project relies on a focused and mission-driven staff. Each member of our 15-person team is highly skilled and brings to the organization a wide range of expertise.
Open positions at BCAP are listed below. If there are no open positions at this time, and you are interested in volunteering or holding a leadership position on one of BCAP’s several committees, please visit our Volunteer Page by clicking here.
Thank you for your interest in supporting the mission of the Boulder County AIDS Project.
Do you want to have an impact on health in the Boulder region? Help reduce the spread of Hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV by providing outreach, education, and testing to individuals. Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) is seeking a dedicated and compassionate, part time, 32 hours per week with benefits, HCV Prevention Coordinator to expand our prevention services!
Click BCAP HCV Prevention Coordinator 2017 to view the full job description.