PHFE Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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2 days ago

Embedded HIV Care Patient Navigator – new

Public Health Foundation Enterprises San Francisco, CA

There are three (3) openings available for this Patient Navigator position. Patient Navigators will reach out to clients who have… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


22 days ago

Grants Administrator, Bridge HIV

Public Health Foundation Enterprises San Francisco, CA

The Grants Administrator will manage all grants and fiscal duties for Bridge HIV with the possibility of expanding to handle other research… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


25 days ago

Research Associate, SEEDS/Say When Studies

Public Health Foundation Enterprises San Francisco, CA

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. (PHFE) invites applications for the position of Research Associate in the Substance Use Research Unit… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


25 days ago

Data Manager, ARCHES

Public Health Foundation Enterprises San Francisco, CA

Public Health Foundation Enterprises invites applications for the position of Data Manager in the Population Health Division of the San Francisco… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


25 days ago

Research Associate, REBOOT

Public Health Foundation Enterprises San Francisco, CA

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. (PHFE) invites applications for the position of Research Associate (RA) in the Substance Use Research Unit… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


30+ days ago

Community Health Intervention Navigator (Bilingual)

Public Health Foundation Enterprises San Francisco, CA

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. (PHFE) invites applications for the position of Community Health Intervention Navigator (CHIN), who is… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


5 days ago

Surveillance Officer

Public Health Foundation Enterprises Oakland, CA

The California Emerging Infections Program (CEIP) is a program administered by Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc (PHFE) which is a non-profit… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


1 day ago

Liaison Infection Preventionist – new

Public Health Foundation Enterprises Richmond, CA

The Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Program is one of two programs in the Center for Health Care Quality of the California Department of… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


1 day ago

Peer Counselor – new

Public Health Foundation Enterprises Richmond, CA +2 locations

• Supervision of engagement activities designed to build a healthy and safe environment for sleeping, eating, and living in a group… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


1 day ago

Peer Counselor (Relief) – new

Public Health Foundation Enterprises Richmond, CA +2 locations

• Supervision of engagement activities designed to build a healthy and safe environment for sleeping, eating, and living in a group… Public Health Foundation Enterprises


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    Bureaucratic & unsupportive - their only concern is avoiding lawsuits

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    Current Employee - Project Coordinator in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Project Coordinator in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at PHFE full-time (More than 3 years)

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    Neutral Outlook
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Pros

    5% of salary contributed to 501c; some of the support staff at PHFE headquarters are very nice

    Cons

    It feels like micromanaging to the extreme - punch in/punch out timesheets for all employees including office-workers, can only take sick days after a holiday with a doctor's notes, their handbook calls unauthorized overtime "theft" and very strongly discourages worker organizing (unionizing). It really seems like they want to have complete control of their employees, and that their #1 worry is whether they might get sued for something. I think treating their employees with respect and looking out for them would be more effective in avoiding lawsuits.

    Advice to Management

    Listen to the concerns from employees and senior management within your programs, and treat us like professional adults, not factory workers.


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