Jobs

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 two months or until the position's closing date (if sooner than 60 days); 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.  After paying the fee, please email job posting information, including the preferred way candidates should apply, to contact@lpnmd.org.

Page updated: 11/3/2022

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


Bilingual Administrative Assistant with Maryland Nonprofits (posted until 1/23/2023)

The Administrative Assistant is a member of the Membership Department and a key member of the Maryland Nonprofits team. The position is supervised by the Director of Membership. The Administrative Assistant’s time is divided between providing customer service to Maryland Nonprofits members and the public (50%), performing administrative tasks that support the customer service team, membership department, and other Maryland Nonprofits staff (20%), and providing administrative support to Maryland Nonprofits senior staff (30%).

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provide direct phone, email, chat, and website assistance to customers and staff in English and Spanish
  • Process membership renewals/applications and other transactions in accordance with guidelines from membership and accounting staff
  • Respond to and resolve administrative inquiries and questions
  • Update records and accounts in Salesforce database as needed
  • Coordinate and schedule internal and external meetings and appointments for senior staff
  • Prepare agendas, schedules, and other administrative materials for staff meetings
  • Assist with event preparations and onsite support
  • Assist with membership recruitment efforts
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong member/customer service attitude
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, and time management skills
  • Capable of multitasking and handling frequent interruptions
  • Positive attitude and professional manner
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish, and able to provide bilingual verbal and written customer service strongly preferred
  • Experience with Salesforce and/or Zendesk preferred
  • Commitment to the mission, vision and values of Maryland Nonprofits including justice, diversity, equity and inclusion (JDEI) preferred
  • Experience working for a nonprofit organization preferred

You can view the full job listing here.  To apply online, visit https://www.tfaforms.com/5012965.


Director of Social Services with Asylee Women Enterprise (posted until 1/3/2023)

Asylee Women Enterprise (AWE) is a 501(c)3 supporting asylum seekers, foreign born survivors of trafficking, and other forced migrants as they rebuild their lives in Baltimore, MD. AWE was founded in 2011 and provides a variety of services including housing, food security assistance, group therapy, ESL classes, benefits application assistance, legal assistance, and individualized case management.

JOB SUMMARY

The Director of Social Services is responsible for the overall management and supervision of AWE’s advocacy case management team, which provides holistic and trauma-informed case management services to newly arrived humanitarian immigrants including survivors of torture and asylum seekers. This position is based out of AWE’s office in Baltimore, MD. It is full time and eligible for a range of benefits including medical insurance and SIMPLE IRA. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervises AWE’s advocacy case management team and provides clinical supervision as needed to staff and interns.
  • Participates in the recruitment process for new team members, as needed, and provides ongoing coaching and feedback to nurture and develop existing team members, addressing performance deficiencies quickly and effectively
  • Monitors the delivery of case management services to ensure compliance with all program standards and grant requirements, and stays informed of programmatic updates and training opportunities
  • Oversees program budget and approves expenses, ensuring costs are maintained within allocated budgets
  • Ensures that all electronic and hard case files and databases are maintained in accordance with policies and guidelines
  • Oversees operations of the advocacy case management team providing case management service to newly arrived humanitarian immigrants including survivors of torture and asylum seekers
  • Provides guidance, leadership, and direct support in all aspects of service provision
  • Develops policies and procedures for the advocacy program, and ensures that these policies and procedures are followed
  • Evaluates and offers case consultation regarding client needs assessments and service plans, advocacy, safety planning, crisis management, and referrals
  • Maintains and builds partnerships with local service providers to ensure a broad range of resources are available to clients
  • Collaborates with other program managers to ensure efficient cooperation between all AWE programs in the delivery of quality services
  • Represents AWE in meetings and events with local partners and community stakeholders
  • Participates in the development and writing of grant proposals in support of the work of the advocacy team
  • Creates data and narrative program reports on grant and client outcomes and programmatic successes
  • Develops and maintains partnerships with local governance, community-based organizations, social service agencies, refugee community leaders and other key stakeholders in the Baltimore metropolitan area to facilitate a welcoming and supportive environment for survivors
  • Develops and maintains knowledge on best practices in trauma-informed case management and immigrant integration strategies
  • Other duties as assigned

REQUIREMENTS

  • Master of Social Work required
  • A minimum of two years of program management experience, including program development
  • A minimum of two years supervisory experience in human services
  • Familiarity with federally funded casework programs, with an understanding of strategies and best practices that build self-sufficiency
  • Previous financial management experience: the ability to effectively manage program budgets and financial matters
  • Excellent interpersonal skills: the ability to work effectively with partners and colleagues in a cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary environment
  • Solid organizational skills with the ability to juggle multiple tasks, set priorities, effectively manage time, and meet deadlines
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication abilities
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize databases and Microsoft Excel to track and analyze data
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English. Fluency in Spanish, French, Arabic, Dari, Pashto, or Swahili strongly preferred
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a personal, insured vehicle
For more information and to apply online, visit https://g.co/kgs/QmgZTb.


Attorney with the Public Justice Center's Workplace Justice Project (posted until 1/3/2023)

The PJC’s Workplace Justice Project seeks to advance justice, equity, and worker power in the workplace. Project attorneys approach this mission through a broad array of strategies, including representing low-wage workers in wage-theft suits in state and federal courts; providing know-your-rights education to workers and community groups; and engaging in worker-focused policy advocacy before the Maryland General Assembly in partnership with other advocates and organizations. We also make space to take on additional work outside of these areas as needed. We work closely with unions, grassroots membership organizations, and other community groups and follow the lead of the individuals most impacted by injustice. We focus on industries where wage theft is common and where people of color comprise a disproportionate part of the workforce.

Attorneys in the Workplace Justice Project are encouraged to develop and pursue their own ideas in line with the PJC’s priorities and approaches to systemic change. The attorney will report to the lead attorney of the Workplace Justice team. Although the PJC prefers candidates who could start as soon as possible, we are willing to consider applicants able to start between now and September 2023.

Core Duties:

  • Engaging in all aspects of litigation in state and federal courts, including fact development; legal research; drafting of pleadings, motions, and memoranda; and discovery
  • Providing know-your-rights trainings and outreach to community groups and participants in workforce development programs
  • Performing policy advocacy, including in the Maryland General Assembly
  • Actively participating in community and advocate coalitions
  • Developing and advancing the goals of the PJC and the Workplace Justice Project, including contributing to the team’s workplan and race equity analysis

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 and willingness to secure admission in Maryland as soon as possible
  • Prior legal experience with low-income and other oppressed communities and clients
  • Ideally, at least three years of experience practicing as a lawyer, although outstanding attorneys with less experience will also be considered
  • Passion for social justice and commitment to the PJC’s vision
  • 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
  • Strong problem-solving, time management, and organizational skills
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others within and outside the PJC

You can view the full job listing here.  Applications will be accepted and interviews conducted on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but priority consideration will be given to applications received soon. Applications will be accepted by email only. To apply, please submit (1) a cover letter explaining your interest, (2) a resume, (3) two legal writing samples, and (4) the names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of three references. Please send application materials to Emily Woo Kee at WookeeE@publicjustice.org, with “Workplace Justice Attorney applicant” in the subject line.


Attorneys with the Public Justice Center's Human Right to Housing Project (posted until 12/23/2022)

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.

COVID-19 Info: This position is partly remote and partly in the office and at court. Our current policy provides that staff will be required to come to the office, the courts, or other public meetings as necessary, but policies concerning COVID-19 may change as the situation changes. The PJC is providing PPE for employees and guests and maintaining other risk reduction measures in the office.

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.

You can view the full job listing here.  Applications should be submitted by November 8, 2022, to be assured of consideration, but 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, hillm@publicjustice.org, with “Housing Attorney applicant” in the subject.


LPN - $5,000 Sign-On Bonus with Erickson/Charlestown (posted until December 13, 2022)

Charlestown is a beautiful 110-acre continuing care retirement community located just minutes from Baltimore in the charming neighborhood of Catonsville, Maryland. We’re part of a growing network of communities developed and managed by Erickson Senior Living, a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - $5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!

Compensation: commensurate with experience starting at $28.00 per hour.

Take advantage of this opportunity to join Charlestown by Erickson Senior Living, a “Best Place to Work” award-winner, and choose from flexible full and part-time schedules that best meet your needs.

As a result of our continued growth, we are seeking dedicated LPNs to join our talented team and help provide our residents with personalized routine and wellness care, sick visits, and specialized nursing care at our onsite medical center, in assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and at home.

You’ll Enjoy:

  • A patient-centered setting with a team that cares for the whole person and respects your work-life balance.
  • Unlimited opportunity to excel and grow.
  • A culture of diversity and inclusion, which builds on our values, vision, and mission.
  • Ability to build long-term relationships with staff members as well as our residents and their families.
  • A secure, supportive workplace.

We Offer:

  • Competitive pay and benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and PTO
  • 401k (employees 18+) with company match up to 3%
  • Education assistance including paid CEUs and certification reimbursement
  • Student loan refinancing partnership programs
  • Wellness visits and sick care for all employees 18+
  • Free onsite parking

Responsibilities:

  • Adhere to guidelines in the State Nurse Practice Act and established best practices
  • Administer medications and perform treatments per orders
  • Monitor conditions and adjust care to ensure patient safety and comfort
  • Maintain infection control protocols
  • Document thoroughly in the EMR
  • Participate in inter-disciplinary team meetings to develop holistic plans of care
  • Thoroughly explain conditions, care plans, and medications to residents and family members

Requirements:

  • Degree/certification from an accredited nursing program
  • Active state licensure
  • Current CPR certification
  • At least six months of relevant experience
  • A passion for caring for seniors

For more information and to apply online, visit https://erickson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Catonsville-MD/LPN--5-000-Sign-on-Bonus-up-to--3797_R0030256.


CNA Home Health PRN with Erickson/Charlestown (posted until December 13, 2022)

Charlestown is a beautiful 110-acre continuing care retirement community located just minutes from Baltimore in the charming neighborhood of Catonsville, Maryland. We’re part of a growing network of communities developed and managed by Erickson Senior Living, a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing.

We are hiring Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs). Our CNAs support our residents in all aspects of daily living, providing person-centered care to ensure we meet all of our resident’s needs.

Compensation: $15.00 per hour

Help people live better lives by:

  • Supporting the residents physical, spiritual, emotional, and clinical needs
  • Assisting residents in activities of daily living
  • Implementing residents personal care plans, focusing on residents strengths, preferences, and preferred routines while providing a sense of comfort, companionship, and belonging
  • Providing assistance with resident activities and resident programs
  • Working with the clinical team to ensure the needs of our residents are being addressed in a timely matter

What we offer:

  • Onsite medical centers, providing wellness visits and sick care for all employees over 18 years of age.
  • Education assistance, certification reimbursement, and student loan refinancing partnership programs are available.
  • Fully supplied, state-of-the-art buildings with 24-hour security.
  • Do what you love…without the travel. All of our clients live within our gated retirement community and are within walking distance.
  • Onsite physicians group dedicated to only serving Erickson Senior Living residents
  • Discounted medical and dental benefits available to employees working 30+ hours
  • 401k for all employees 18 and over. Company contribution up to 3% once eligible.
  • Free onsite parking at all of our communities and corporate offices

What you will need:

  • Current CNA certification for the state in which you are working
  • 1-2 years of CNA experience preferred
  • High School diploma or GED required

For more information and to apply online, visit https://erickson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Catonsville-MD/CNA---Home-Care-PRN_R0033530.


LPN Home Health with Erickson/Charlestown (posted until December 13, 2022)

Charlestown is a beautiful 110-acre continuing care retirement community located just minutes from Baltimore in the charming neighborhood of Catonsville, Maryland. We’re part of a growing network of communities developed and managed by Erickson Senior Living, a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing.

We are hiring a Home Support LPN for our onsite Home Support (private duty) agency. This position provides nursing care and ensures compliance with the resident’s individualized service plan, observes resident’s condition, and communicates to registered nurse and/or supervisor as needed.

How you will make an impact:

  • Ensures that resident’s individualized service plan is followed by the Home Support Aides, Homecare Workers, and Companions according to Agency policy, including instruction, demonstrations, and return demonstrations as necessary.
  • Communicate with the registered nurse and/or supervisor as needed regarding resident changes in condition. Delivers nursing care under the direction of the registered nurse and/or supervisor as outlined in the plan of care, as prescribed (when required) by the physician and/or other authorized practitioners, and according to acceptable nursing standards.
  • Participates in care conferences and other resident-related meetings
  • May be asked to participate in on-call rotation

What we offer:

  • Gated community with 24/7 security.
  • No travel- all clients are residents of our community within our gates.
  • Competitive benefits packages including medical, dental, vision, and PTO
  • 401k for all employees 18 and over. Company contribution up to 3% once eligible.
  • Education assistance, certification reimbursement, and student loan refinancing partnership programs are available.
  • Onsite medical centers, providing wellness visits and sick care for all employees over 18 years of age.
  • A "career for life" approach to professional and personal development for our greatest asset; our employees.
  • Free onsite parking at all of our communities and corporate offices
  • A culture of diversity and inclusion, which builds on our values, vision, and mission.

What you will need:

  • Current licensure with the applicable state board of nursing as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • Current CPR certification.
  • Recent home care experience preferred.

For more information and to apply online, visit https://erickson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Catonsville-MD/LPN-Home-Health-Part-Time--Every-Other-Weekend_R0033224.


RN PRN with Erickson/Charlestown (posted until December 13, 2022)

Charlestown is a beautiful 110-acre continuing care retirement community located just minutes from Baltimore in the charming neighborhood of Catonsville, Maryland. We’re part of a growing network of communities developed and managed by Erickson Senior Living, a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 states—and growing.

We are hiring Registered Nurses for Home Care. The RN in Home Care provides nursing care according to established policies and procedures for a home care agency. The RN develops and supervises the implementation of a resident’s individualized service plan, observes the resident’s condition, and communicates to the Physician and family/responsible party as needed. The RN oversees the resident’s care delivered by the Home Support team of LPN’s, Aides, and Home Care workers and companions.

How you will make an impact:

  • Partnering and collaborating in the initial evaluation to assess the residents’ needs to develop and implement a service plan based on the evaluation and in conjunction with the resident, family, physician, and /or authorized practitioner
  • Communicating any changes in the resident’s condition
  • Ensuring that the resident’s individualized plan is implemented and followed by the Home Support agency team of providers
  • Delivering nursing care as outlined in the plan of care and according to acceptable nursing standards
  • Participating in care conferences and other resident–related meetings
  • Participating in the orientation and training of other agency nurses as well as training any Aide staff development activities

What we offer:

  • Competitive benefits packages including medical, dental, vision, and PTO
  • 401k for all employees 18 and over. Company contribution up to 3% once eligible.
  • Education assistance, certification reimbursement, and student loan refinancing partnership programs are available.
  • Onsite medical centers, providing wellness visits and sick care for all employees over 18 years of age.
  • Gated community with 24/7 security
  • Free onsite parking at all of our communities and corporate offices
  • No travel- all clients are residents of our community within our gates
  • A culture of diversity and inclusion, which builds on our values, vision, and mission.

What you will need:

  • Graduate of an accredited Registered Nurse degree program
  • Current Registered Nurse license for the state in which they practice
  • Recent home care experience preferred

For more information and to apply online, visit https://erickson.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Catonsville-MD/RN-PRN-Home-Health_R0028499.



Research Program Assistant II with the B’more Healthy Brain and Child Development Study at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health (posted until November 29, 2022)

This position will be funded to work on a study called B’More Healthy Brain and Child Development (B’More HBCD). As one of 25 sites across the country conducting this study, the B’more HBCD team will be a part of the Wendy Klag Center in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with direct collaboration across the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospitals and Kennedy Krieger Institute. The study plans to recruit pregnant women and follow these women and their babies through age 10, with a focus on monitoring neurodevelopment. At least one-quarter of the women recruited will be active substance users (alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, opioids, opioid agonists or stimulants) during pregnancy. Responsible recruitment and support for participants will require deep and authentic community relationships with organizations across the city of Baltimore and surrounding counties such as the Department of Health, the Department of Social Services, WIC, the Center for Addiction and Pregnancy, and many others. It is imperative that the team work closely with the Baltimore community to ensure we can provide as much support and access to resources for enrolled families. We plan to offer referrals and supportive resources for enrolled women who may need assistance with housing, food, healthcare access, substance use treatment, and other needs. We are seeking a Research Program Assistant II who can utilize their rapport-building skills to assist in the recruitment, screening, consenting, and enrollment of women from the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Bayview Medical Center OB/GYN and L&D units. This RPA II will also be cross-trained to be a family manager who will do primary data collection as well as biosample collection, home visits, and other data collection tasks as needed, so that all staff members can work interchangeably when necessary in this complicated longitudinal study.

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is consistently ranked the #1 School of Public Health in the world. It is dedicated to promoting human health and provides a rich environment for research and translation of those findings. Additionally, our research team is affiliated with the Wendy Klag Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities (WKC). As a member of our research team you will have an opportunity to attend WKC hosted journal clubs, meetings, and annual symposia and retreat events.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities

  • Working alongside JHH and Bayview OBGYN and L&D clinical and office staff to identify women who are attending their 2nd and/or 3rd trimester ultrasound appointments in order to engage them in the recruitment process. Additionally, work with hospital staff to identify women who are in their postpartum rooms to engage them in the recruitment process post-delivery before discharge.
  • Work with the JHH and Bayview OBGYN staff to access EMR data on women who will be attending future prenatal and US appointments to plan recruitment tasks and assist enrolled women in scheduling subsequent visits to align with already-set medical appointments to ease travel burden.
  • Work with WIC nutrition staff and counselors to promote the study at their meetings—this may include assisting in the training of counseling staff on the study details so they may share that information with clients, disseminating brochures and study materials to WIC clinics throughout the study catchment area that WIC staff can share with pregnant clients, and then also to utilize WIC as a retention and referral resource for women who are enrolled in the study who need food or other types of assistance that WIC can provide.
  • Work with CAP (Center for Addiction and Pregnancy) staff and counselors to promote the study at their meetings—this may include assisting in the training of counseling staff on the study details so they may share that information with clients, disseminating brochures and study materials at CAP, and then also to utilize CAP as a retention and referral resource for women who are enrolled in the study who may seek substance use treatment at any point in their pregnancy.
  • Additionally, once women are engaged and pre-consented to enroll, schedule time to complete the consenting and prenatal visit(s) of the studies. This will require either working directly with women and their newborns throughout the study period, as well as communication with other family manager staff to ensure mothers enrolled in the study are scheduled and complete appointments in a timely way.
  • If women are in need of assistance in any way, all staff will be trained to provide referrals to substance use treatment, housing agencies, WIC, or other organizations that assist with food access, health care assistance, domestic violence assistance, etc. This staff person will also work closely with the peer navigators and the community resource coordinator to ensure all women in need of services or referrals are assisted in the process.
  • Making strong connections with hospital and nursing staff to ensure they are abreast of recruitment efforts, needs, etc.
  • Attending all study team meetings that relate to community partnerships and stakeholders and any relevant internal staff meetings that specifically focus on recruitment and retention efforts. This may also include JHH, WIC, and CAP internal meetings if they are addressing recruitment needs of the study.
  • Attending events in the community along side the community resource coordinator, when able. While this may include hosting booths or information tables about our study at different resource fairs or events throughout Baltimore and surrounding counties, dissemination of recruitment materials, and follow-up of any women or organizations that want to engage with the research in some way.
  • Report to the program coordinator any concerns or issues with a particular family or clinic that may arise while the family is involved with the study (i.e. in cases of child maltreatment, parental incarceration, child removal from the home, etc).
  • Maintain all HIPAA and CITI human subjects training as well as any additional trainings that community partners may request.
  • Cross-train on screening, consenting, data collection that includes developmental and neurocognitive testing and other study tasks as needed through the grant period.
  • Depending on recruitment needs of the HBCD study, this position may also assist in assembling materials for other studies in the WKC.

Special Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

  • Must be highly organized, pay attention to detail, and be able to effectively communicate with team members and others in sensitive and culturally appropriate ways.
  • Applicants must be fluent in English; bi-lingual in Spanish highly preferred but not required.
  • Must be detail oriented, have effective organizational skills, and be able to prioritize workload appropriately.
  • Must be able to perform multiple tasks efficiently and correctly.
  • Must be organized and able to appropriately prioritize responsibilities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Arrives at work on time and is prepared to assist coworkers and faculty.
  • Must possess effective and clear communication skills that allow for open dialogue between research participants who express a need for services as well as with the nursing and administrative staff in the hospital clinical settings.
  • Must possess knowledge of stigma surrounding substance use and other socioeconomic hardships that participants may be experiencing and understand how to empathetically communicate and engage with women and their families.
  • Must have knowledge of local and federal laws that require mandatory reporting of abuse or maltreatment if it is witnessed or disclosed by a participant or family member.
  • Because this position may require contact with participants and families at differing times of the day and week, flexibility in scheduling will be very important.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and some experience doing data entry or data collection and consenting families for research studies.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or graduation equivalent.
  • Two years related experience.
  • Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bi-lingual in Spanish highly preferred but not required.

For more information, interested candidates can call Julia Chavez  at 443-610-2706.  To apply online, please visit https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Research-Progam-Assistant-II-MD-21205/929210400/.


Technical Assistance Specialist/Early Childhood Coach at The Family Tree (posted until November 19, 2022)

The Technical Assistance Specialist provides services and support to individuals in targeted communities who are interested in and have the ability to become licensed family child care providers, as part of the state-wide initiatives Growing Opportunities in Family Child Care.  Services are focused on the startup of quality family child care programs.

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • In collaboration with community partners, plan and conduct outreach sessions in targeted communities to recruit individuals interested in licensed family child care;  In collaboration with community partners, plan and conduct support sessions for individuals participating in the Growing Opportunities in Family Child Care Program. Asist with all aspects of the licensing procedure to ensure the timely completion of requirements;
  • Provides support in applying for and accessing Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) initiatives including Maryland Accreditation Project, Maryland Child Care Credential Program, Maryland Excels, Early Learning Assessment, Environmental Rating Scales, and others as identified;
  • Establishes strong relationships with The Office of Child Care, Region II, and acts as a liaison;
  • Assists in content development for CCRC newsletters focused on quality initiatives, developmentally appropriate practices, teaching strategies, and other topics of interest and relevance for programs/providers;
  • Documents all work and services utilizing the MCCRN Data System as directed by MFN; and
  • Assists with events and outreach activities in support of the early childhood care and education community.

EDUCATION:

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood education, child development, or closely related field. Family child care experience a plus.
  • Completion of a 3-credit (45 clock hour) course in Child Development and completion of a 3-credit (45 clock hour) course on Curriculum/Methods and Materials for Infant/Toddler, Preschool, and/or School-Age
  • Bilingual strongly preferred.

EXPERIENCE:

  • 5 years’ experience in early childhood education program, licensed child care (center and/or family child care), school-age child care, Head Start/Early Head Start, or PreK education setting

For more information and to apply online, visit https://easyapply.co/a/8e9a0b41-357f-4f5f-958c-f0871789ecad.


Diabetes Educator - Bilingual with Johns Hopkins University (posted until November 19, 2022)

Johns Hopkins University is seeking a Diabetes Care and Education Specialist who works with the diabetes self-management training (DSMT) team, endocrinology staff and community physicians to innovate, plan, and implement diabetes care and education throughout the Baltimore region. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with strong interpersonal skills and be committed to providing an outstanding patient experience. This is a grant funded position with scheduled funding through December 31,2025. Opportunity for employment beyond this date will be contingent upon performance.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities:

Clinical Care

  • Completes comprehensive assessments for each patient including emotional and behavioral health, interprets personal health data, develops an individualized care plan based on the patient’s assessed needs and goals and promotes successful self-management.
  • Collaboratively develops educational goals, learning objectives, and a plan for educational content and teaching methods with DSMES program participants.
  • Provides educational interventions that utilize primarily interactive, collaborative, skill-based training methods and maximizes the use of interactive training methods
  • Empowers patients with diabetes with knowledge and skills to attain optimal control and prevent acute/chronic complications.
  • Evaluates effectiveness of educational services provided by measuring attainment of learning objectives
  • Conducts a follow-up assessment upon completion of DSMES program services
  • Documents assessment data, educational plan, educational services, and results in each participant’s educational records.
  • Communicates assessment and plan with referring clinician
  • Utilizes a team approach to provide services and collaborates and communicates with team members when needed
  • Identifies when a program participant’s needs are outside the scope of the instructors’ practice and arranges for additional service to meet needs.
  • Communicates effectively and regularly with diabetes team members about patient/family strengths/needs.

Program Contribution

  • Contributes to the achievement of established department/program goals and objectives and adheres to department policies, procedures, quality standards and safety standards.
  • Participates in peer review process to evaluate performance of other professional instructional staff.
  • Actively participates in Quality Improvement Projects for the BMDRP grant program.
  • The Baltimore Metropolitan Diabetes Regional Partnership is a state funded initiative to increase patient access to DSMT services across 37 zip codes in the Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County and Montgomery County areas
  • Maintains 15 hours of continuing education annually specific to diabetes, diabetes related topics and behavior change and self-management education strategies.

Special Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Ability to establish and maintain meaningful and productive relationships with patients, and colleagues in remote and physical settings.
  • High comfort level with public speaking
  • Strong prioritization and organizational skills; demonstrated ability to be flexible to changing priorities
  • Positive and enthusiastic attitude and ability to effectively work and interact with all levels within the organization.

Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certifications

  • Current knowledge and skills related to diabetes self-management tools and educational materials.
  • Experience with current diabetes device technology (CGM, Insulin pump) is a plus.
  • Experience with telemedicine is a plus
  • Proficient with video platforms such as WebEx, Microsoft Teams, Zoom; ability to learn new software skills.

Physical Requirements

  • May be required to lift items up to 30 pounds
  • Travel between clinic locations in the greater Baltimore area may be required

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition, Nursing, or relevant health-related field
  • Fluency in Spanish language
  • At least 2 years clinical experience in diabetes outpatient or inpatient setting
  • Additional education may be substituted for up to one year of experience.

For more information and to apply online, please visit https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Diabetes-Educator-Bilingual-MD-21287/925033500/.


Operations Manager (Part-Time) at the Parents' Place of Maryland (posted until November 12, 2022)

The Operations Manager at the Parents' Place of Maryland is responsible for a broad range of administrative and managerial duties. It requires skills in the areas of people management, benefit oversight, staff coordination, and organizational administrative duties.

Responsibilities:

  • Obtains contracts, secures appropriate signatures, and tracks contracts through the approval process.
  • Designs and implements office policies by measuring results against standards; making necessary adjustments.
  • Performs personnel administrative tasks; coordinate and participate in the hiring and promotion process, supervise the training of new and existing employees, resolve employee issues
  • Coordinates employee benefits
  • Maintains personnel records.
  • Maintains employee paid time off reports/Calendar
  • Ensures regulatory oversight and legal compliance with current labor standards
  • Maintains office services by organizing office operations and procedures; controlling correspondence; maintain filing systems; reviewing and approving supply requisitions; assigning and monitoring clerical functions.
  • Oversees leases and maintenance of office equipment, including copiers, fax machine, postage, telephones, computers, network, etc.
  • Reviews, approves, and orders small supply requisitions
  • Defines and implements procedures for retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records.
  • Advises ED regarding the need for revisions in administrative procedures and policy and informs staff.
  • Works with the Management Team to ensure that in the ED’s absence, requests for action and information are furnished in a timely manner
  • Coordinates with the ED and Business Manager to plan and organize special events, meetings and conferences

Qualifications, Skills, and Knowledge Requirements

Demonstrate relevant training and experience with the following knowledge, abilities, and skills:

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office
  • Three or more years of experience in the oversight of the human resources in an organization, preferably non-profit
  • Prefer knowledge of non-profits management
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated commitment to teamwork and collaboration.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.
  • Reliable transportation.

Salary will be determined depending upon qualifications and experience. Parents of children with disabilities and/or special health care needs are encouraged to apply.

Full position description available here.  Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter to careers@ppmd.org.


Bilingual Parent Educator at the Parents' Place of Maryland (posted until November 12, 2022)

The Bilingual Parent Educator at the Parents' Place of Maryland is responsible for helping families understand and navigate special education and healthcare services; conduct training workshops; ability to conduct training workshops in Spanish/English; provide language and cultural support; assist families to access resources, information and services; assist parents in collaborating with schools to develop appropriate Individualized Education Programs; advocate for multicultural families of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs.

Key Responsibilities:

Family Services and Community Partnership Engagement and Outreach:

  • Provide individual assistance and support to parents of children with disabilities regarding special education, and health care access in Spanish/English is a plus.
  • Culturally and linguistically explain special education, healthcare, related information and resources to ensure families’ understanding of the issues.
  • Conduct trainings in Spanish/English.
  • Outreach to underserved communities to identify and recruit families of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs participating in our programs and services.
  • Promote parent/educator partnership by supporting families of children with disabilities, special educators, specialists, and administrators to increase parental engagement in special education and healthcare.
  • Work as a collaborative team member with other community organizations to conduct family events and fulfill other project related responsibilities.
  • Outreach to diverse communities by distributing materials at community gathering places and resource fairs to ensure program visibility.

Qualifications:

  • Bilingual in Spanish/English with strong verbal and written communication skills in both languages.
  • Family member or parent of child with a disability and/or special healthcare needs is preferred.
  • Prior experience assisting other families to obtain appropriate services and supports for their child and family members.
  • Familiarity with state and local resources and how to access them.
  • Strong computer skills and able to use Microsoft Office software, such as Word, Excel, and Power Point effectively
  • Track record of respect for others’ experiences, opinions, language, values, culture, and knowledge
  • Demonstrated commitment to teamwork and collaboration
  • Knowledge of special education, healthcare, DDA system, social services, resources, and information for people with disabilities
  • Proven ability as an effective communicator and strong advocate for people with disabilities and special healthcare needs and their families
  • Available for flexible work hours (some evenings and weekends as needed)
  • Have a car to drive for work purposes and a valid MD state driver’s license and vehicle insurance

Salary will be determined depending upon qualifications and experience. Parents of children with disabilities and/or special health care needs are encouraged to apply.

Full position description available here.  Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter to careers@ppmd.org.


Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Certified with Columbia Valley Community Health (posted until November 12, 2022)


The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Certified's primary job function at Columbia Valley Community Health is to be responsible for provision of comprehensive primary care services for the patients of CVCH.

Position Requirements:

  • Graduate from an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program or Graduate from an accredited Physician Assistant Program, Certification as a Physician Assistant.
  • A valid license to practice as an ARNP with Evidence of Prescriptive Authority in the State of Washington OR PA-C in Washington State or eligible to obtain licensure. Basic Life Support (BLS) required. ACLS or ATLS may be used to substituted for BLS.
  • 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 - $15,000
  • 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

We are located in the heart of Washington State where we enjoy abundant recreational opportunities, 300 days of sunshine and a family friendly environment with good schools and opportunities for the entire family to be involved in culture and arts.

To apply online, please visit www.cvch.org and click on Employment & Training.  


Urgent Care/Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Certified with Columbia Valley Community Health (posted until November 12, 2022)

The Urgent Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Certified's primary job function at Columbia Valley Community Health is to be responsible for provision of comprehensive primary care services for the patients of CVCH.

Position Requirements:

  • Graduate from an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program or Graduate from an accredited Physician Assistant Program, Certification as a Physician Assistant.
  • A valid license to practice as an ARNP with Evidence of Prescriptive Authority in the State of Washington OR PA-C in Washington State or eligible to obtain licensure. Basic Life Support (BLS) required. ACLS or ATLS may be used to substituted for BLS.
  • 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 - $15,000
  • 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

We are located in the heart of Washington State where we enjoy abundant recreational opportunities, 300 days of sunshine and a family friendly environment with good schools and opportunities for the entire family to be involved in culture and arts.

To apply online, please visit www.cvch.org and click on Employment & Training.  


Dentist (2 positions) with Columbia Valley Community Health (posted until November 12, 2022)

The Dentist provides professional dental care, emergency dental treatment and oral hygiene to the patients of Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH), including all relevant and required chart documentation.

Job Specific Competencies

1. Follows all procedures as outlined in the Clinic Safety Manual and Dental Clinic Blood Born Pathogen Compliance Manual

a. Explains the rationale for infection control and occupational safety protocols according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) hazard communication standards.

b. Demonstrates Universal Precautions techniques.

2. Delivers dental care according to clinic protocols and procedures.

3. Provides general and comprehensive dentistry services at CVCH, including performing oral examinations.

4. Examines patients’ teeth and oral soft and hard tissues using dental equipment and X-rays. Interprets x-rays; treats mouth diseases; performs prophylactic procedures, restorations and other treatment as needed.

5. Updates health history on all patients.

6. Establishes working relationships with local dental providers.

7. Diagnoses dental conditions and plan oral health care in consultation with patients.

8. Provides dental care within the scope of licensure, standard of care, scope of care of the clinic, and according to WAC guidelines and regulations.

9. Coordinates patient needs with Medical Clinic.

10. Teaches patients about good oral health practices and explains and reviews treatment plans with patients and parents.

11. Performs emergency procedures on patients in order to reduce or eliminate immediate pain providing definitive care, when possible.

12. Performs surgical operations to the mouth, jaws, teeth and related structures.

13. Administers local, general, and inhalation anesthetics when necessary for carrying out treatment.

14. Responsible for dental clinic operation in absence of Dental Clinic Management.

15. Assists in the provision of continuing education, on-the-job training and the orientation of dental staff and overall improvement of CVCH.

16. Travels to other sites and covers other schedules when necessary to fulfill the organizational and departmental needs and attends meetings as necessary.

Job Specifications

1. Education: Graduation from an accredited dental school with a DDS or DMD degree, and/or completion with a certificate from a CODA accredited dental residency program.

2. Certification/Licensure: Washington State Dental License or eligibility to obtain licensure in the state of WA and current DEA with no restrictions and in good standing. Maintain documentation of all WAC requirements including continuing education and any other requirements accordingly. Basic Life Support (BLS) required. ACLS or ATLS may be used to substituted for BLS.

3. Experience: One or more years of experience as a clinical dentist preferred, especially in a community or public health setting.

We are located in the heart of Washington State where we enjoy abundant recreational opportunities, 300 days of sunshine and a family friendly environment with good schools and opportunities for the entire family to be involved in culture and arts.


For full position description and to apply online for position in Wenatchee, WA, please visit https://recruiting.ultipro.com/COL1019/JobBoard/b0fa2817-356d-4cf6-6909-73610c1299d7/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=97e7dfb7-f698-4759-abb2-379c6f6eda49.

For full position description to apply online for position in Chelan, WA, please visit https://recruiting.ultipro.com/COL1019/JobBoard/b0fa2817-356d-4cf6-6909-73610c1299d7/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=16eb2c2b-7d9a-4a20-925f-c88b9f662021.



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