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Page updated: 2/20/2023

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

Family Medicine Physician with OB or internal Medicine Physician/Pediatrician – $40,000 Sign on Bonus! with Columbia Valley Community Health (posted until 4/20/2023)

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 State. We are hiring for a Family Medicine Physician at our Wenatchee location.

The Physician’s primary job function is to be responsible for provision of comprehensive primary care services for the patients of CVCH. The Physician works independently and interdependently with other clinic providers.

Position Requirements:

  • Education: Graduation from an accredited medical or osteopathic school with a degree of Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy. Must be Board Eligible/Certified.
  • Certification/Licensure: Must possess a current, valid unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Washington or eligible to obtain licensure. Must have a valid DEA license. Basic Life Support (BLS) required. ACLS or ATLS may be used to substituted for BLS.
  • Experience: No prior experience is required. Experience working in a community health center or managed care environment preferred. Experience in delivering services to medically underserved populations preferred.

CVCH offers:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Sign on bonus - $40,000
  • 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 assistance. CVCH will pay a monthly loan assistance stipend if a Physician applied for the NHSC and WA state loan repayment program and was declined loan repayment through both of these programs; up to $50k over the course of two years for a full time Physician or $25k over the course of two years for part time (0.99 FTE and below) Physician.

To learn more about the position, salary, full details on benefits, and to apply, visit and click on the Employment and Training tab.

Full position description here.

Health & Benefits Project Paralegal with the Public Justice Center, Inc. (posted until 3/18/2023)

The Health and Benefits Equity Project advocates to expand and protect safety net services and access to affordable, effective and culturally competent healthcare. We support policies and practices that promote the overall health of Marylanders struggling to make ends meet, with the explicit goal of promoting strategies that work to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health outcomes.

Primary job responsibilities include:

  • Assists lead attorney in coalition building and administrative and legislative advocacy, including research and development of advocacy priorities, organizing and facilitating coalition meetings and educating policy and lawmakers on advocacy priorities.
  • Collaborates with community-based organizations and directly impacted community members on outreach, health and benefits education and grassroots organizing.
  • Assists lead attorney with litigation support including case investigation, researching public records, filing legal pleadings, drafting documents, assisting in document review and document management, and data entry and reporting.
  • 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.
  • Provides general administrative and office support for nonprofit law office on a limited basis.
  • Assists with special advocacy and research projects on prioritized subjects.

Applications: This position is open and available as of Tuesday, January 17, 2023. We will accept applications until the position is filled, but for priority consideration please apply by Tuesday, February 21, 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: Ashley Black at, with “Paralegal Applications from [your name]” in the subject line.

You can view the full job description here.

Housing Attorney with the Human Right to Housing Project of the Public Justice Center, Inc. (posted until 3/16/2023)

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. Recent team successes include:

  • Litigating five precedent-setting appellate opinions protecting tenants’ rights;
  • Obtaining systemic relief in three class actions as well as a HUD administrative complaint;
  • Supporting Renters United Maryland and Baltimore Renters United in successfully advocating to pass legislation creating a right to counsel in eviction proceedings, expanding due process rights for tenants, requiring landlords to be licensed to operate, and enhancing other 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.

Applications: Applications will be accepted, and interviews conducted on a rolling basis until the positions are 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, with “Housing Attorney applicant” in the subject.

See full position description here.

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