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Page updated: 5/29/2023

Current Job Postings (most recent at top of list):

Bilingual Family Support Specialist with The Family Tree (posted until 7/29/2023)

This position provides strength based family support services in cooperation with families of children 0-3 years old and must speak Spanish. This work requires that the FSS, by means of weekly in home visits, partners with families to identify needs, develop plans of action, and mobilize resources that build family effectiveness. FSS’s are required to maintain a caseload of 15-20 families.


  • Complete family intake and assessment for each family assigned within 30 days
  • Complete family goal plan within 30 days for each family assigned
  • Review family goal plans on a regular basis, at a minimum once every 30 days, to measure progress and to adjust goals
  • Role model effective parenting and nurturing skills for the family
  • Provide direct teaching through the use of curriculum to families that will assist in building healthy parent/child relationships
  • Jointly (with the family) identify and mobilize resources within and external to the family. Provide linkages to these resources as necessary.
  • Work flexible hours that meet the needs of each family assigned, including weekends and evenings
  • Complete the expected number of home visits as determined by intensity of service for each family assigned
  • Maintain an accurate and current case file on each family assigned
  • Complete all assessment, program evaluation tools and documentation within timelines as required by the funder and the agency
  • Meet weekly with the Clinical Supervisor to discuss cases, problem solve and plan for home visits
  • Complete statistical reports as required
  • Attend required staff meetings, training or conferences
  • Participate in agency work teams as assigned


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences (Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Mental Health, Nursing and Education) preferred
  • Associate’s Degree in Human Services or related field


  • 3-5 years experience working in Human or Social Services
  • One year working with or providing services to children and families
  • Case management or service coordination experience preferred
  • Experience and willingness to work with a culturally diverse population

Full position description here.

Interested candidates can apply online:

Attorney with the Human Right to Housing Project at the Public Justice Center (posted until 7/29/2023)

The Human Right to Housing Project seeks the realization of a human right to housing that is fair, affordable, habitable, and accessible, with security of tenure and cultural adequacy. The Human Right to Housing Team develops and implements its project priorities with the goal of dismantling white supremacy and advancing race equity. Attorneys provide legal services to low-income tenants in eviction and habitability cases, collaborate with community organizing partners to build tenant power, and advocate in state and local legislatures and government agencies for tenants’ rights.

Core Duties:

  • Providing legal advice and representation to low-income tenants facing eviction;
  • Supporting tenant-organizing groups and developing impact strategies for litigation.
  • Providing know-your-rights trainings and outreach to community groups;
  • Thorough and timely case and file management, including timekeeping;
  • Developing and advancing the goals of the Human Right to Housing Team at the PJC, including contributing to the team’s workplan and race equity analysis;
  • Participating in coalition and team meetings and advancing policy advocacy as needed.

Desired Skills and Experience

The following qualifications are valued for this position. Applicants should also identify other related or supplementary skills and experiences.

  • Maryland bar admission or admission to another state bar.
  • Spanish/English bilingual (or proficient) in writing and speaking is strongly preferred.
  • Prior legal experience with low-income and other oppressed communities and clients.
  • Passion for social justice and commitment to the vision of the Public Justice Center.
  • Understanding of the principles of race equity analysis and the intersection of racism and poverty and their application to the PJC’s organizational life and to our work.
  • Attention to detail and keen organization skills.
  • Ability to work under deadline and manage multiple tasks.
  • Lived experience with our client communities highly desired.
  • Ability to empathize and sensitively respond to people in crisis situations.
  • Excellent use of MS Outlook, Word, and Excel; database programs a plus.
  • Strong problem-solving abilities, time management, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively both in and outside of the PJC.

Full position description here.

Applications should be submitted by June 20, 2023, to be assured of consideration, but applications will be accepted and interviews conducted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. To apply, please submit, by email only, a cover letter explaining your interest, resume, two legal writing samples, and the names and telephone numbers of three references. Send applications to Matt Hill at with “Housing Attorney applicant” in the subject.

Paralegal with the Public Justice Center (posted until 7/9/2023)

Be a critical member in a growing team of social justice advocates! The Public Justice Center in Baltimore is seeking a paralegal for the Education Stability Project.

Primary job responsibilities include:

  • Conducts telephone and in-person intake, interviews clients, opens and maintains electronic and paper case files, participates in fact gathering and appropriate referral, brief service, or advocacy.
  • Develops community outreach and education materials
  • Conducts policy research in support of systemic advocacy campaigns
  • Responsible for receiving, handling or assigning, and monitoring all support requests from Education Stability team. Provides minimal backup administrative support for other office staff.
  • Other duties as assigned.

The following attributes are highly valued for this position. Applicants should also identify other skills and experiences that may benefit the PJC.

  • Bachelor’s Degree or a combination of Associate’s Degree, Paralegal Certificate, and/or demonstrated skills in writing, research, analysis, and communications.
  • Spanish/English bilingual (or proficiency) in writing and speaking is desired.
  • Passion for social justice and commitment to the mission of the Public Justice Center.
  • Understanding the principles of race equity analysis and applying them to the PJC’s organizational life and to our work.
  • Experience with low-income, oppressed, or exploited communities or people.
  • Ability to sensitively respond to people seeking services in crisis situations.
  • Experience in law office/ litigation support and case management.
  • Excellent use of MS Word; Excel or similar programs a plus.
  • Ability and interest in learning new programs.
  • Strong problem-solving abilities, time management, and organizational skills: the ability to manage complex assignments and work collegially with staff.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others both in and outside of the PJC, including clients, other advocacy organizations, coalition members, governmental officials, and attorneys.
Applications: This position has a desired start date in mid-July 2023. We will accept applications until the position is filled, but for priority consideration, please apply by May 30, 2023. To apply, please submit – by email only – a cover letter explaining your interest, a resume, a short writing sample, and the names and telephone numbers of three references. Please send applications to:, with “Paralegal Application from [your name]” in the subject line.

Full position description available here.

Licensed Social Worker/Treatment Coordinator with Pressley Ridge (posted until 6/18/2023)

The Treatment Coordinator/Family Worker works in a collaborative manner to build a partnering relationship with families and others in the home and community to assure that the needs of designated children and their families are respectfully and adequately addressed. In each case the Family Worker will assure that services to children and families are individualized, strengths and needs based, culturally sensitive and responsive, and goal driven. This position requires local travel and flexibility to work a non-traditional schedule in a high-demand work situation.

Essential Responsibilities

To assure proper assessment the Family Worker will:

  • Use diagnostic tools to provide comprehensive information for a treatment plan.
  • Assess risk factors related to safety and well-being of all family members.
  • Provide clinical direction that meet the needs of the child and family.
  • To assure the development of effective treatment plan/services, the Family Worker will:
  • Plan and lead treatment team meetings for the purpose of creating treatment plans/ISP
  • Develop crisis plan for each child and family.
  • Provide advocacy for family to outside agencies.
  • To assure the development and maintenance of good working relationships, the Family Worker will collaborate with consumer child, family and their natural support system, Internal and external stakeholders, and program team members.
  • To assure adherence to quality standards and compliance with external licensing and regulatory agencies, the Family Worker will:
  • Comply with Pressley’s standards and state licensing requirements.
  • Exemplify the values of the program service model.
  • Maintain flexibility and creativity in working a non-traditional schedule to accommodate the needs of children and families.


  • Clearances: State Police, FBI, and Child Abuse Clearances; CPS/ Mandated Reporter-Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse training per state regulation.
  • Valid State Drivers License and insurance


  • Bachelors or better in Social Work.


  • 1 year: Supervised experience with children and/or families.

For more information and to apply online, visit

Researcher with 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (posted until 6/18/2023)

1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East is the largest, fastest growing and most progressive union in the U.S., representing over 300,000 hospital, nursing home, homecare, and human service workers. They are searching for researchers based in Baltimore, MD and New York, NY.

The researcher will use a variety of skills to develop and implement public issues campaigns related to the union's organizing goals. The overall work consists of performing in-depth research to understand health care providers' operations, to detail employers' practices, to track industry trends, and to guide the union's relationships with other stakeholders.

The position requires a skillset typical of graduates from bachelor's or graduate programs. However, there is no specific educational requirement, and they encourage applicants with a wide range of education and work experiences to apply.

Job qualifications include:

  • Commitment to social and economic justice;
  • An understanding of basic business, financial, legal, and political concepts;
  • The ability to quickly learn new skills and adapt to changing campaign requirements;
  • Excellent critical thinking, communication, writing, and quantitative skills;
  • Solid computer skills;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work independently;
  • Curiosity, ingenuity, flexibility, and proactivity;
  • Education and/or experience in health-related fields a plus; and
  • Past experience in labor or other social justice organizing a plus.

Starting annual salary is $66,780.  Full position description and how to apply here.

Associate Medical Director/Family Medicine Physician - $30,000 Sign on Bonus with Columbia Valley Community Health (posted until 6/18/2023)

Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) is growing! CVCH is a dynamic, progressive community health center with locations in Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, and Chelan in Washington St. We have an excellent opportunity for a Associate Medical Director/Family Medicine Physician at our East Wenatchee location.

The Medical Director is a senior level administrative position with responsibility for all medical services at the assigned CVCH site. This responsibility includes the authority to oversee all aspects of healthcare delivery, regulatory compliance, quality, efficiency, and the supervision of assigned medical providers. This is a full-time position, currently 0.2 FTE Medical Director and 0.8 FTE Family Medicine Physician, as assigned by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Clinical duties include inpatient and outpatient services as a primary care physician including on call responsibilities where appropriate. The Medical Director is directly accountable to Chief Medical Officer.

Position Requirements:

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited medical school and must have completed a residency program. Must be a board- certified primary care physician. Management experience preferred.
  • Must possess current, valid unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Washington. Must have a valid DEA license. Basic Life Support (BLS) required. ACLS or ATLS may be used to substitute for BLS.
  • Must possess experience in a leadership role which demonstrates administrative responsibilities in a progressive health care facility and includes personnel management, fiscal controls, health planning, and other related activities. Experience working in a community health center or managed care environment preferred. Equivalent experience will be considered.

CVCH offers:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Sign on bonus - $30,000
  • Flexible schedules
  • Generous paid leave/holidays
  • Health insurance covered at 100% for employee and dependents
  • Gym/fitness stipend
  • Retirement with 150% employer matching
  • A cultural immersion program in a predominantly Spanish-speaking country
  • This position is eligible for student loan repayment programs

Full position description here.

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