The Latino Providers Network shares job opportunities with our member organizations as a benefit of membership.  Check back often for new listings!

Non-member organizations and businesses can advertise jobs on this website for a fee of $50.00 per listing for one month or until the position's closing date; for that cost, we will also share the job listing on our Facebook page. Jobs will be posted within two business days after payment is confirmed.  Non-members can mail a check to the Latino Providers Network, 3121 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224 or pay this fee online.

Page updated: 4/9/2021

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

Bilingual Front Desk Receptionist with Menocal Family Practice (posted until May 9, 2021)

High energy and fast paced Family Practice in Baltimore, Maryland is seeking an experienced Front Office Receptionist.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Must be Bilingual Spanish Speaking
  • **1-2 years of Medical Office Receptionist experience preferred
  • Knowledge of Family Practice Dynamics (Adult & Child Care)
  • Be flexible and work easily with multiple Providers
  • Adhere to practice protocols and processes
  • Effectively manage scheduling patient appointments for multiple providers
  • Provide great customer service to patients
  • Daily document scanning to EMR system
  • Attention to detail important
  • Establish and maintain effective work relationships with patients as well as employees

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $15.00 - $16.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:  Procedures and protocols are in place and must be followed.

To apply, please send resume to Rob Bromfield, Office Manager, at

Bilingual Treatment Foster Care Recruitment Coordinator with the Board of Child Care (posted until May 9, 2021)

Position Summary: Responsible for the recruitment process and onboarding of Foster Parents to serve Unaccompanied Children. To monitor, track, increase family resources, conduct trainings, with an integrated approach to meet Maryland State Regulations for child welfare and in accordance to Office of Refugee Resettlement regulations.

Essential Functions:

  • Model and act in accordance with BCC’s core values.
  • Upload all prospective foster parents into web based Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems thus adding to the TFC Foster Parent “Pipeline”.
  • Check identified tracking database daily and contact all individuals who have uploaded information into system within 24 hours.
  • Create marketing opportunities using social media as well as traditional resources.
  • Completes 3-5 face to face or virtual contacts with potential foster parents each week.
  • Assist in the development of the annual recruitment plan and executing all interactions with community based resources and prospective foster parents.
  • Assists the director/program supervisor in the planning and carrying out recruitment strategies.
  • Assists with collecting necessary documentation during all phases of the potential foster parent pre-certification process.
  • Assists the director/program supervisor in collecting materials for SAFE Home Studies, collecting necessary documentation and determining approval.
  • Assists in maintaining compliance with Code of Maryland Annotated Regulations (COMAR), Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and Board of Child Care TFC policies and procedures regarding foster parents.
  • Assists with ensuring compliance of all certified foster parent records, with all regulations are correctly and accurately documented.
  • Performs quarterly audits of all ORR certified foster parent charts to ensure compliance.
  • Assists TFC director in completing the Office of Licensing and Monitoring Safety Report.
  • Assist Assistant Program Director in all data reporting requirements requested by ORR
  • In conjunction with director/program supervisor, plan and arrange foster parent annual in-service training.
  • Identify supervision and/or professional training needs to supervisor as they arise.
  • Maintain certifications, HR requirements and ORR employee standards.
  • Translate documentation in Spanish and English to meet family and youth needs.
  • Monitor and track all contacts from potential foster parents from inquiry to approval, maintain electronic records and share with Quality Improvement.
  • Co-lead foster parent pre-service training as determined by supervisor/director.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work:

This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. This position regularly requires flexible work hours to include some evenings. This position is eligible for a flex schedule. This position is not essential during inclement weather.


Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • Minimum of one (1) year experience in providing direct services to individuals in the community
  • Fluent in Spanish with bilingual capabilities (English/Spanish)

For full position description and how to apply, please visit

Utility Meter Technician with Grid One Solutions (posted until May 9, 2021)

Education & Experience:

High School Diploma or GED

No previous experience is required although mechanical, electrical and/or gas experience preferred.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Performs maintenance on existing Gas & Electric Utility Meters, as required.
  • Assume full responsibility for the safe operation of company vehicle, equipment, and tools.
  • Demonstrates safe, high quality work practices in a team atmosphere.
  • Commitment to customer service and responding to the needs of internal and external customers in a professional manner.
  • Identifies and reports to management all hazardous working conditions.
  • Day, Evening and Weekend Shifts required. Some overtime and weekend hours may at times be required.

We are a Drug Free Workplace; employees at all levels are subject to pre-employment as well as random drug screens.

We are committed to attaining only the highest quality employees: Stringent Driving History and Driving Experience Requirements. All staff are subject to pre-employment and periodic background checks.

Minimum Requirements

  • Due to the inherently dangerous nature of the industry and requirements to work with or around hazardous equipment, employees must be able to maintain attention and concentrate for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to read written instructions, write legibly, understand verbal instruction, complete daily work assignments, and transcribe numbers accurately.
  • Ability to comprehend hand-held technology, i.e., Tablets, Cell Phones, GPS, Digital Cameras.
  • Ability to manage time, communicate effectively and navigate in congested areas and willing to work outdoors in all-weather condition.
  • Physical Ability to lift and carry up to an average of 20 lbs., ability to comfortably walk at a steady pace throughout the workday, and ability to utilize hand tools, as needed.
  • Valid Driver's License: Must have a clean Driving Record, free of any moving violations within the last five years and without any suspensions (for any reason); minimal non-moving violations (less than three within the last five years).

For full position description and how to apply, please visit

Office Manager with the Public Justice Center (posted until May 9, 2021)

The Office Manager with the Public Justice Center reports to the Director of Administration and has primary responsibility for doing and managing the day-to-day administrative functions of the office and the paralegals who also provide admin support.

Approximately 50% of the Office Manager’s duties will be to personally provide administrative support, including answering phones and email, referring potential clients to paralegals for intake, handling mail, copies, scans, and providing other administrative support to the PJC’s work teams.

The other 50% of the Office Manager’s duties will include:

  • Scheduling and supervising the other members of the admin team, who are paralegals who rotate handling the phones and mail, production of legal briefs, and other administrative tasks.
  • Ordering and maintaining office supplies.
  • Being the primary liaison between IT vendors and staff on upgrades, maintenance, and troubleshooting and maintaining inventory of computers and office equipment.
  • Being the primary trainer of new staff on office procedures and equipment.
  • Required Skills and Experience:
  • At least 2-3 years of prior experience providing and managing office administration functions.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills. Please provide a writing sample.
  • Excellent use of MS Outlook, Word and Excel; database programs a plus, and willingness to learn new programs for case management and office life.
  • Strong problem-solving abilities, time management, and organizational skills.
  • Be tech savvy – you don’t have to be a programmer, but you do need to understand how to work with machines, programs, and their human counterparts.
  • Attention to detail and keen organization skills.
  • Ability to work under deadline and manage multiple tasks and respond to multiple people.
  • Ability to empathize and sensitively respond to people seeking services in crisis situations.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others both in and outside of the PJC.
  • Passion for social justice and commitment to the vision of the Public Justice Center.

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

  • Spanish/English bilingual (or proficient) in writing and speaking is highly desired.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Associate’s Degree from an accredited school.
  • Understanding of the principles of race equity analysis and their application to the PJC’s organizational life and to our work.
  • Experience with our client communities, including lived experience.
  • Experience in law office/litigation support.


This is a full-time, non-exempt position that will require 40 hours in a workweek. The salary range begins at $50,000/year and increases with experience. A language bonus of $1,000/year is given to Spanish/English bilingual staff. An excellent cafeteria benefit package is included offering health, dental, disability and life insurance, and retirement options.

For full position description and how to apply, please visit

Multiple positions available with H&S Bakery and Mid Atlantic Bakery (posted until April 15, 2021)

Virtual Recruitment and Interviews on Thursday, April 15, 2021 from 10:00am – 1:00pm

CDL CLASS A DRIVER (MWE# 1329766) - $70,000 - $75,000 Annual

Join our team as a CDL and be eligible for up to $2000.00 Sign-in Bonus!!!

  • Work a flexible schedule and as many as 12-14 hours in a day, including any of the shifts (day, evening, night, and weekend)
  • Possess and maintain a valid Class-A Commercial driver’s license.
  • Minimum one year of Class A driving experience required.
  • High school diploma or equivalent or a combination of experience & technical training
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.

GENERAL HELPERS (MWE# 1343924) - $15.50/hr.

  • This position pays $15.50 per hour and requires shift work (1st, 2nd, and 3rd), weekend and holiday availability.
  • High school diploma or equivalent, or a combination of experience & technical training.
  • Basic literacy skills, able to read and comprehend verbal or written instructions, signage, warnings, etc.

MECHANIC HELPERS (MWE# 1339633) - $20/hr.

  • Understand the operation of the equipment and only operate equipment with prior knowledge.
  • Prior experience in plant maintenance or general commercial mechanic experience.
  • Technical training or trade school diploma desired.

SANITATION HELPERS (MWE# 1341554) - $15.50/hr.

  • Responsible for maintaining assigned areas of work clean during work shift.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of basic housekeeping, machinery, equipment, and general plant facility.
  • Must be physically capable of moving to all areas of the plant. Must be capable of reaching, bending, stooping, climbing, pushing, and pulling as required in a production operation.

To schedule an interview: Please email resume to one of the following:

All applicants must register with the Maryland Workforce Exchange. Please visit Maryland Workforce Exchange (MWE) at:

Revenue Analyst with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (posted until April 30, 2021)

This position serves as a Revenue Analyst for the Capital Budget in the Division of Finance and Administration (DFA) of the DHCD, and is a part of the multi-billion dollar financing operations, closely interacting with internal and external professionals to achieve the most optimal and cost effective funding mechanism for affordable housing, community development, business lending and neighborhood revitalization projects. The Position is involved in macro analysis and requires the operation and coordination of many units in the Department requiring an understanding of multiple technical areas including data warehouses, system report writers, electronic file security, capital markets, mortgage products and execution methodologies, electronic file security, underwriting, asset management, grant/loan agreements and required reporting, debt management, and compliance to State and Federal regulations and loan servicing.

This position is responsible for managing data, analysis and reporting for the capital budget and all of DFA, which includes GAAP accounting, Fund accounting, Government accounting, budgeting, and other financial and records retention systems, reporting and analysis functions and for improving the efficiency of these units through technology and automation.

Education: A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business Administration, Economics, Accounting or a related field from an accredited college or university.

Experience: Four years of professional financial analysis experience, such as managing financial asset and debt portfolios, examining, analyzing, and interpreting accounting, budget, grant or real estate investment portfolio records and reports by applying generally accepted accounting principles.

For full position description and how to apply, please visit  Applications due by April 30.

Program Coordinator with Soccer Without Borders Maryland (posted until April 16, 2021)

Based in Baltimore City, Soccer Without Borders Maryland is seeking an outgoing educator to serve as a Program Coordinator at Dundalk Middle School. As a member of the SWB Maryland leadership team, the Program Coordinator should be energetic, dynamic, engaging, and creative as a leader and problem-solver.  With the support of an AmeriCorps service member and enthusiastic volunteers, the Coordinator will be responsible for all activities at Dundalk MS, taking ownership of challenges and ready to do the on-the-ground work of supporting newcomer youth and families. Experience working with youth, coaching soccer and able to plan/adapt practice sessions according to age and ability is a plus.  The Program Coordinator must be dedicated to creating an inclusive atmosphere for all participants, communicating and implementing team rules and positive culture, and showing an active interest in getting to know all program youth and their families. 

This is a roll-up-your-sleeves position that puts social change and youth development goals into action, delivering direct programming to youth throughout the year.

You can view the full position description here.   To apply, please send a meaningful email introduction including how you heard about this position along with a resume to SWB Maryland Director Emily Sherman at To help them with the process, please put “SWB Program Coordinator” in the title. Applications will be accepted until April 16, 2021, with priority given to earlier applicants.

Community Development Coordinators with Aetna Better Health (posted until May 6, 2021)

At Aetna, a CVS Health company, there is a common purpose: helping people on their path to better health.  Aetna is seeking two Community Development Coordinators -- one needs to sit in southern or Capital Region, MD and the other will need to sit on Eastern Shore, MD.  


  • Responsible for developing, facilitating, and implementing outreach activities, special events, programs, and presentations which support member education and health plan awareness within the Medicaid or Medicare population and the community. 
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with community contacts. 
  • Maintains marketing guideline compliance with the appropriate state’s laws and regulations.


  • 3-5 years customer service experience.
  • Previous experience working with the Medicaid or Medicare population preferred.
  • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills. Able to present information to various audiences.
  • Bilingual preferred

For full position description and how to apply, please visit:

Multiple Temporary Positions with Baltimore County Department of Health (posted until May 2, 2021)

Baltimore County Department of Health is seeking temporary (25-hour per week, non-merit) positions to assist in multiple job classifications related to COVID-19 response. Interested applicants may send resumes to Please include position you are applying to in the subject line.

  • Bilingual Outreach Workers: Primary responsibility includes Spanish interpretation assistance for staff providing laboratory results to clients. Knowledge of and sensitivity to cultural influences required in order to establish and maintain trust with clients and contacts. Ability to maintain documentation regarding activities. Minimum Qualifications: Possession of a high school diploma or appropriate equivalent and two years of public interaction experience. Must be fluent in Spanish with good oral and written communication skills. Persons appointed to this position may work nights, weekends or holidays as scheduled. Some positions may be asked to provide interpretation at testing sites.
  • Human Services Assistant: Responsibilities include handling a large volume of calls and efficiently screen, assess and evaluate clients seeking services related to COVID-19; ability to accurately refer individuals or situations to medical, social, or supervisory resources. Basic knowledge of interviewing techniques, excellent oral and written communication skills, proficient in the use of computers to include data entry, brief intakes and reports. Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with an associate degree in a social or behavioral science (experience in individual, group, or family counseling or in intake and referral work may be substituted on a year-for-year basis up to a maximum of two years for the required education). Spanish is preferred. Persons appointed to this position may work weekends or holidays as scheduled.

Baltimore County Department of Health Partnership Program is seeking two temporary (40-hour per week, non-merit) Community Health Workers. Interested applicants may send resumes to Please include position you are applying to in the subject line.

  • Seeking Community Health Workers to engage the African American and Latino communities by providing support, education and resources to help reduce the number of positive COVID-19 cases therefore reducing the number of hospitalizations and mortality rates. The CHW will travel extensively to client homes, community locations, various agencies, and other outreach destinations throughout the County; mileage reimbursement will be provided. The CHW will also assist callers seeing assistance on the COVID-19 Hotline. Two positions are available; one position is for an individual who is considered bilingual and has the ability to speak English and Spanish.

Medicaid Case Managers with London Eligibility (posted until May 2, 2021)

London Eligibility is seeking to hire Medicaid Case Managers for their offices in Westminster (Carroll County) and Baltimore City.  There will be other opportunities in other cities in Maryland soon.  

Qualifications & Duties:

  • College degree preferred
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred
  • Must be willing to travel as needed & have reliable transportation
  • Increase access to medical care, prescription coverage, freedom from medical debt through Medicaid enrollment, and incoming assistance requests
  • Manage Medicaid application and enrollment processes for patients and hospital providers
  • Attend and complete all required trainings

For more information in English and Spanish, see this flyer.  These are full-time positions that do offer benefits.  Salary starts at $20.00/hour.

To apply, please send resume and letter of interest to Scott London at

Trauma Therapist with TurnAround, Inc. (posted until May 1, 2021)

The Trauma Therapist with TurnAround, Inc. is responsible for providing trauma informed individual and group therapeutic services to support survivors who have experienced sexual violence; adults and adolescents who have experienced intimate partner violence and children who have witnessed IVP as well as supporters. The Trauma Therapist is expected to independently manage a case load (24 clients) to ensure that all clients receive timely services. Therapy will be provided for a period of six months to a year after intake at TurnAround.


1.    Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, or a related field 

  1. 1-year clinical experience with children or adults; 6 months experience working with victims of violence, preferably in the field of domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse.


1.    Valid Clinical License in Maryland (LCSW-C, LCPC. LMSW or LGPC). 

2.    Must pass criminal background screening/CPS background check

For full position description and how to apply, please visit:

Program Manager - Family Reunification with the Esperanza Center (posted until May 1, 2021)

Under the supervision of the Esperanza Center Director, and as a member of the Center’s Leadership Team, this position is responsible for supervision and management of the Family Reunification case management program at Esperanza, which includes the Home Studies and Post Release Support Services (HS/PRS) programs for the families of unaccompanied immigrant children.

The Program Manager is responsible for:

  • Direct supervision of case management and family reunification staff, including case managers, lead case manager, fingerprint specialist and an administrative assistant, as well as direct service to clients as needed.
  • Manage and coordinate the Family Reunification process for unaccompanied minors and their sponsors including, but not limited to, processing the fingerprint packet when needed, conducting needs assessments, review and approval of case management reports, ability to fill in for case manager for home studies and direct client service for post-release support services as needed, providing planning and oversight for client workshops, collaborating with partner organizations, preparing grant reports, and managing data input for these services;
  • Management and operations for the ECII building, including supply management, maintenance and repairs, building security and contacts with vendors.
  • Responsibilities include management of several grants which fund these programs and overall responsibility for the program and building operations and budgets.
  • Financial management of budgets for Family Reunification programs, as well as the building budget for ECII, including budget planning and preparation, management of revenues and expenses and preparation of grant reports.
  • Assists the Program Director with raising public awareness of issues related to immigrant integration and citizenship, promoting the Center’s services and assisting with outreach efforts for Esperanza.

This position requires:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling or related field required. Two years’ experience in human services or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • At least 2 years of experience supervising staff and/or volunteers is required.
  • Must be fluent in both Spanish and English, and be culturally competent to deal with clients from diverse backgrounds.
  • Familiarity with case management practices and social work reporting a plus.
  • Requires the ability to utilize computer systems and software necessary to perform position functions. Basic Windows PC, web browsing (i.e. Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc.), and Microsoft Outlook skills required. Other Microsoft Office application knowledge, such as Word, Excel PowerPoint, Skype, and OneDrive desired.
  • Ability to travel to other locations for outreach, meetings and training. If driving on agency business, a valid driver’s license with no more than 3 points required.

For full position description and how to apply, please visit

Bilingual Tenant Services Coordinator with the Latino Economic Development Center (posted until May 1, 2021)

The Baltimore City Tenants Services and Eviction Prevention Program, as part of the Housing Department, works to assist Baltimore City low-to-moderate income residents in achieving stable housing and self-sufficiency seeks a Bilingual Tenant Services Coordinator. The Bilingual Tenants Services Coordinator with the Latino Economic Development Center will provide case management to tenants and assist them in identifying services needed to resolve problems and achieve personal goals. Provides information and referral assistance to tenants in accessing services and resources including - Educational and job training opportunities, health care and personal support services, personal finance and budgeting information maintain records and provide data and information to document results and to comply with reporting requirements. The Bilingual Tenant Services Coordinator will report to the Tenant Services Manager.

Qualifications: Candidates should possess a four-year college degree with a major in social services Minimum of two years’ experience in subsidized housing preferred. Candidates should be familiar with state, federal, and community resources for low-income households, including services for families with children, elderly and disabled residents. Candidates should be familiar with eligibility requirements and processes for accessing services in Baltimore City.

  • Fluent in Spanish and English (written, spoken, and reading)
  • Customer-service oriented person with excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Must have friendly, patient, and professional demeanor.
  • Energetic, organized and detail-oriented team player with a commitment to high quality of work.
  • Ability to multi-task, coordinate several projects simultaneously and prioritize deadlines.
  • Motivated resourceful self-starter able to work independently
  • Strong computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Zoom, Teams, Adobe.
  • Familiarity with databases and information tracking, a plus.
  • General knowledge of the housing market and policy in Baltimore City and the metropolitan area, a plus.
  • Flexible work schedule, including ability to work evenings and weekends.
  • Candidate must have access to reliable transportation.

For full position description, please visit  To apply, send cover letter and resume to Walda Yon,  No phone calls, please.

Bilingual Office Manager with House of Ruth Maryland (posted until May 1, 2021)

The Office Manager is the first contact the public has with House of Ruth Maryland at the Highlandtown office and is responsible for setting a helpful, welcoming, and informed tone for visitors. As one of the agency’s walk-in location for services provided in both Spanish and English, many of those individuals will be impacted by intimate partner and sexual violence. The Office Manager must be comfortable engaging traumatized people, who may present for assistance in a variety of emotional states and not always be clear about what they are seeking from us. As such, the Office Manager is expected to engage visitors with sensitivity, with safety in mind, and assist visitors in getting to the right person to address their needs in an efficient and confidential manner. The Office Manager is also primarily responsible for administrative assistance and support of the day-to-day operations of the Highlandtown office site, coordinating schedules for coverage, site and community events, use of spaces on site, and food pantry logistics. Much of the work is self-directed and this position works daily to handle a wide range of situations, relying on sound judgment to accomplish goals.

Standard Schedule: This position is a full time member of the Survivor Engagement Team. Standard work schedule is Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm, with 95% of the work expected to occur on site at the Highlandtown office in Baltimore City.


  • AA degree or High School diploma/ equivalent
  • Fluent in Spanish and English
  • Three years’ experience in an administrative assistance capacity demonstrating increasing responsibility
  • Experience with office organization and equipment including multi-line phones
  • Strong typing and proofreading skills
  • High level of comfort using the full Microsoft package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Publisher), operating email, and researching & retrieving information from the internet
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, good interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
  • Must have flexibility to work occasional evenings and weekends (less than 10% of time)
  • Must be able to work with clients in crisis and assess and direct them to assistance as needed
  • Ability to understand intimate partner violence and how it affects the client population
  • Ability to work with clients in crisis, ascertain the appropriate information and direct their requests as necessary
  • Ability to develop and maintain good relationships with individuals of diverse backgrounds including clients, House of Ruth Maryland staff, and members of the community
  • Dedication to the mission of the House of Ruth Maryland
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check
  • Must be able to lift 20 pounds to assist with donation and package receiving

For full position description and how to apply, please visit:

Multiple positions available at Health Care for the Homeless (posted until May 1, 2021)

Health Care for the Homeless is a Federally Qualified Health Center in Baltimore, MD working to prevent and end homelessness by providing whole-person care to our neighbors without homes.  Their mission is to provide quality, integrated health care and promote access to affordable housing and sustainable income through direct service, advocacy, and community engagement.

Their core values are: dignity, authenticity, hope, justice, passion, and balance. They are looking for staff who will not only embody our values, but embrace them.

They have nearly 225 staff and a budget of roughly $30 million. The largest clinic is located in downtown Baltimore, and they operate at 5 other sites as well including a mobile clinic. They work in downtown Baltimore, West Baltimore, and Baltimore County. Each year, they serve about 10,000 clients. They are open Monday through Saturday and hire M-F and Saturday only workers.

Health Care for the Homeless provides medical, dental, pediatric, convalescent, and psychiatric care. They also help with IDs, referrals, transportation, benefits, insurance, housing, mental health, and advocacy!

Positions available include:

There are additional positions listed; please visit for all listings.

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