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 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.


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


Unit Supervisor (Caminos Program) with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

Understands and implements policies according to agency standards, effectively works as a member of an interdisciplinary team, and supervises direct care staff.  Provides direct childcare services, ensures that twenty four hour, seven day a week, child care services are met.

Required Education and Experience

  • A Bachelor’s degree with 1 year of supervisory or management experience

For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-413310-unit-supervisor-caminos.


Lead Case Manager (Bilingual) with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

The Lead Case Manager provides effective leadership and management to uphold The Board of Child Care’s Trauma Informed Care Culture for clients, families, and staff. The Lead Case Manger provides adaptive leadership through supportive coaching and mentoring to case management and supervisory staff to inspire and encourage our workforce and promote integrity. He/She ensures the creation of strong systems and methods of performance excellence, while supporting the teams to embrace possibilities and develop creative solutions to ensure the demands of the program are exceeded. The Lead Case manager ensures the fidelity of the program components and ensures that systems of accountability exist to sustain the treatment expectation. The Lead Case Manager demonstrates knowledge of and familiarity with both Board of Child Care and Office of Refugee Resettlement Policy and Procedures relating to the care and supervision of Unaccompanied Children. This includes knowledge of legal background and authority governing the practice as related to working with Unaccompanied Children.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences, human services or social services field with 5 years’ experience of employment demonstrating supervisory and case management experience
  • Fluency in both Spanish and English

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited college or university in behavioral sciences, human services or social services field and 3 years’ experience demonstrating supervisory and case management experience preferred
  • Professional licensure preferred
  • Child Welfare experience preferred
For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-413315-lead-case-manager-bilingual-.



Lead Treatment Support Specialist – Caminos Program with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

Ensure the wellness youth and families through supportive, direct child care services and ensuring a safe, secure, and calm environment. The Lead Treatment specialist works as a vital member of the care team to act as a mentor, coach, and support to those in a Treatment Specialist Position. In addition, the Lead Treatment Specialist work closely with the Campus Supervisor to provide supportive services to youth across programs.

Required Education and Experience

  • Associates degree plus 3 years of working with youth in social service setting, OR
  • High School Diploma plus 5 years of working with youth in social service setting

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Certification in Medication Administration through the State of Maryland within twelve months of employment.
For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-413308-lead-treatment-support-specialist-caminos.



Caminos Program Case Manager with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

The Case Manager is the member of the care team responsible for assesses the needs of unaccompanied children in care, develops Individual Service Plans, screens for human trafficking concerns, facilitates the safe and timely release or discharge of children and youth, documents the provision of services in case files.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences, human services or social services fields.
  • Fluency in both Spanish and English

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Child Welfare and/or case management experience preferred.
For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-376977-caminos-program-case-manager-bilingual.


Youth Care Worker - Caminos Program with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

The Child Care Worker provides direct care services, ensures that day-to-day supervision of residents is consistent with agency standards and effectively works as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Working under the direction of the unit supervisor, this position will assist with the implementation of youth programming as well as support the treatment needs of students. This position is integral to supporting the unique needs of each youth.

Required Education and Experience

  • High School diploma with minimum of 1 year of experience working with youth.

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Bachelors in Human Services or related field.
  • Ability to speak, read and write Spanish

For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-413304-childcare-worker-bilingual-.


Caminos West Therapist with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

This position provides individual, group and family therapy to children, adolescents, and their families; conducts mental health assessments and screens for human trafficking concerns; maintains current and accurate case documentation and provides crisis intervention and support services.

Required Education and Experience

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or University
  • Current LGSW, LGPC, LCSW-C, LCPC, LGMFT, LCMFT, LGPAT, LCPAT or other applicable State Licensure
  • Fluent in both English and Spanish

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Experience working with diverse populations, including refugee and/or unaccompanied children and adolescents
  • At least one year post-graduate experience
  • Current advanced level of State Licensure

For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-413201-caminos-program-therapist-.


Caminos West Medical Assistant with Board of Child Care (posted until November 6, 2020)

Working in accordance with the established Policies and Procedures and applicable State Boards of Nursing to provide administrative and clinical services in the role of program Medical Assistant. The Caminos West Medical Assistant will assist the program Medical Coordinator with administration of medications; coordination of routine medical and dental care; health education for youth; and all administrative tasks.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree, Credentialed Medical Assistant, or Certified Medical Administrative Assistant
  • Active State certification to administer medications without disciplinary infractions or willing to obtain

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Experience working with diverse populations, including refugee and/or unaccompanied children and adolescents
  • Bilingual English/Spanish
  • One (1) year related experience in a medical environment
  • Completion of Medical Terminology course
  • Office experience and proficient computer skills

For full position description and to apply online, visit https://www.boardofchildcare.org/careers/view-open-jobs/#op-413319-medical-assistant-bilingual.


Therapist Case Manager (LMSW, LCSW, LCSW-C) with Health Care for the Homeless (posted until November 6, 2020)

This position provides direct mental health therapy and case management services to adults experiencing homelessness with various disabling conditions and psychosocial stressors who are living independently in the community. The overall purpose of this role is to assist these individuals in obtaining or maintaining their housing placements as well as achieving other goals set forth by the individual.

Key Role Responsibilities

  • Demonstrates positive regard and respect for clients through speech and actions. Utilizes a client-centered, non-judgmental, trauma informed approach.
  • Provides behavioral health assessments and diagnosis, individual and group therapy, and intensive case management services to support the client’s overall health and housing stability.
  • Performs home visits, community visits and escorts independently and in accordance with the client’s plan of care.
  • Collaborates with other providers in an integrated, interdisciplinary care team. Coordinates care with other providers across the agency and with external agencies, attending interdisciplinary meetings and engaging in problem solving.
  • Collaborates with the client in the development and implementation of an integrated treatment plan using SMART goals.
  • Acts as a liaison between clients and landlords/property managers.
  • Ensures that relevant authorizations are completed according to established guidelines in order to facilitate billing for therapy services.
  • Completes documentation within the client’s electronic health record in a manner that is easy to understand and in accordance with established formats and required timeframes.

Formal Education and Training

  • Master’s Degree from an approved School of Social Work
  • Current license as an LMSW or LCSW-C
  • Personal vehicle and valid Maryland driver’s license required

Experience

  • One year experience providing therapy to individuals with substance use and mental health disorders preferred
  • One year experience providing case management services to individuals with substance use and mental health disorders preferred

For full position description, please click here.  To apply online, visit https://www.hchmd.org/work-here.


Revenue Cycle Manager with Health Care for the Homeless (posted until November 6, 2020)

The Revenue Cycle Manager is an experienced clinical Medicaid/MCO billing professional that supports the agency’s financial health and mission. As part of the Finance department, this role supervises coding and billing specialists, provides critical review and audit functions to billing processes, and helps to ensure timely and effective reimbursement.

Key Role Responsibilities

  • Interview, hire, coach and develop billing specialists; ensure shared team understanding of goals, policies and procedures; resolve conflicts; and complete performance evaluations. Develop and coordinate team trainings to improve processes and customer service, as well as to meet agency and department goals.
  • Supervise and perform a variety of billing functions. This includes charge capture and payment posting, processing of electronic EDI claims and EOBs, tracking and follow-up on outstanding or denied claims, and receivable management tracking and reporting. Ensure accurate coding and billing.
  • Monitor encounter coding and billing workflows through adjudication and payments. Allocate and manage staff workload efficiently while maximizing department productivity.
  • Identify, report and train staff on documentation processes, coding best practices and related compliance matters.
  • Review and audit critical billing and clinical information, such as EHR charts from multiple departments/specialties, E&M code levels and EHR documentation; diagnoses (represented by ICD-10-CM or later versions) supporting the services provided; code levels supporting the complexity of the visit; and properly documented and coded CPT procedures. Provide feedback to clinicians for areas of improvement as needed.
  • Ensure stability in revenue cycle operations and cash flow from billing. Establish revenue cycle metrics to monitor, track and report receivable status and activity. Provide billings, collections and AR follow-up reports regularly. Escalate key issues requiring management attention.

Formal Education and Training

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance or Accounting or equivalent experience
  • Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification preferred

Experience

  • Minimum of five years billing experience in a health care setting
  • Minimum of three years of supervisory experience
  • Demonstrated experience with Medicare/Medicaid payer guidelines required
  • Demonstrated experience with insurance verifications and prior authorizations is required
  • Experience working in a federally qualified health clinic (FQHC) is highly desirable
  • Experience with GE Centricity Billing System and working with EMR a plus

For full position description, please click here.  To apply online, visit https://www.hchmd.org/work-here.


    Pharmacy Technician - Bilingual with Baltimore Medical System (posted until November 6, 2020)

    Working under the direct supervision of the Pharmacy Manager, the Pharmacy Technician performs the following tasks: Unit-Dose Dispensation, Controlled Substance Distribution, and Drug Accountability. Receives, enters, processes, and maintains orders in the computer system. Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to interpret appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to age-specific needs and follows guidelines as described in the department's policies and procedures.

    Must have a working knowledge of pharmaceutical products, product differentiation, and their respective packaging.

    Independent judgment in work prioritization as well as multitasking is required.

    Requirements:

    Minimum Education:

    • High School Diploma or equivalent education and/or experience.
    • Must be licensed as a Pharmacy Technician by the State of Maryland.

    Minimum Experience:

    • MUST BE BILINGUAL (Spanish/English)
    • 2+ years of experience in a retail environment required

    For full position description, click here.  To apply online, please visit https://bmsi.org/careers/.


    Interpreter/Care Coordinator (Spanish) with Baltimore Medical System - St. Agnes (posted until November 6, 2020)

    The Spanish Interpreter/Care Coordinator provides a number of services to promote full accessibility to BMS medical services for specified populations of Spanish speaking patients and their families. These include, but are not limited to: interpreting, health care coordination, and information/ referral. Interpreters function as cultural competency resources for both staff and patients. They may also assist with outreach activities in the Latino community.

    Carries out responsibilities in accordance with Baltimore Medical System Core Values, policies/ procedures and applicable civil laws. Is accountable for efficient use of resources and support of the BMS mission.

    Requirements:

    Required Education: N/A

    Preferred Education: Associate’s degree (AA) or equivalent work experience

    Preferred Certifications, Licenses, Registrations: Trained medical Interpreter (40 hours Training)

    Required Experience: Less than one year

    Preferred Experience: More than one year of previous related work experience, preferably in a health care environment.

    Two years’ interpreting experience, some of which should have been in medical settings

    For full position description, click here.  To apply online, please visit https://bmsi.org/careers/.


    Registered Nurse with Baltimore Medical System (posted until November 6, 2020)

    The Registered Nurse (RN) is a critical part of the health care team and is responsible and accountable to the patients. The RN provides high quality, evidence-based care across the life span to enhance patient safety, reduce adverse events, impact and improve patient satisfaction, support and promote optimal health status, track admissions and readmissions, and manage costs within and among diverse and complex populations. The RN leads, participates in, and supports performance improvement activities designed to promote and enhance quality and safety, improve efficiency in care and delivery, and evaluate impact of patient outcomes.

    Requirements:

    Licensure / Certification / Registration: Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of Maryland or compact state.

    Required: Current CPR certification from the American Heart Association (Healthcare Provider card) (BLS-HCP) or the American Red Cross (CPR-AED for Healthcare Provider card) by date of hire.

    Education: Required: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing by date of hire.

    Preferred: BSN

    Work Experience: 2 years of nursing experience is required.

    For full position description, click here.  To apply online, please visit https://bmsi.org/careers/.


    Medical Assistant with Baltimore Medical System (posted until November 6, 2020)

    Baltimore Medical System is looking for a Medical Assistant to work at one of our community health center locations. Positions are available at either Belair-Edison, Saint Agnes, Pine Heights, Middlesex, or Highlandtown (depending upon current vacancies).

    The Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible for assisting physicians with patient care, performing appropriate procedures, and preparing rooms & equipment. The MA is also responsible for maintaining records and interacting in a professional, friendly manner with patients & family members, physicians, staff, and visitors. This position is also responsible for clinical process improvement and acts as a coordinator for lab and referral issues. The MA serves as a lead for process improvement teams. The MA may be required to fill some Center Service Representative responsibilities and may be cross trained to cover other positions when needed.

    Courtesy, respect, friendliness, and tact are required in dealing with customers. The Medical Assistant with at least one year clinical experience and deemed fully competent may be responsible for training new medical assistants as assigned.

    Requirements:

    Licensure / Certification / Registration:

    Required: Current CPR certification from the American Heart Association or American Red Cross.

    Education:

    High school diploma or equivalent education and/or experience.

    Graduate/certificate of completion from an accredited medical assistant program. A waiver for this requirement may be considered for candidates who have successfully completed a higher level of medical education (e.g., accredited LPN program, however are NOT licensed.)

    Work Experience:

    Required: New Graduate from accredited school or a minimal of 6 months experience.

    Preferred: Five years medical assistant experience and CMA or RMA certification.

    For full position description, click here.  To apply online, please visit https://bmsi.org/careers/.


    Service Representative with Baltimore Medical System (posted until November 6, 2020)

    Baltimore Medical System is looking for a Service Representative I to work at one of our community health center locations. Positions are available at either Belair-Edison, Saint Agnes, Pine Heights, Middlesex, or Highlandtown (depending upon current vacancies).

    Requirements:

    Required Education: High School Diploma or equivalent education and/or experience.

    Preferred Education: Basic medical terminology preferred.

    Required Certifications, Licenses, Registrations: None

    Required Experience: One year of experience in customer service.

    Preferred Experience: One year of experience in health care

    For full position description, click here. To apply online, please visit https://bmsi.org/careers/.


    Communication for Hispanic Outreach Intern with Catholic Relief Services (posted until October 30, 2020)

    The Communications team seeks a bilingual (English- Spanish) Communications intern with background in communications to provide support in the administration of our social media channels in Spanish.  The Intern will work directly with the Communications Officer for Hispanic Outreach and support other related assignments as the needs arise.

    Responsibilities of Intern:

    • It will be the responsibility of the intern to:

    • Ability to work remotely 17 hours /week.

    • Fulfill the assigned tasks meeting established deadlines.

    • Report appropriately the advancement and fulfillment of assignments

    • Participate in meetings and conference calls as needed.

    • Comply with applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of CRS.

    • The intern will be provided no monetary compensation.

    For more information, review the full position description here.  To apply, please contact Beatriz Afanador, Communications Officer for Hispanic Outreach, at beatriz.afanador@crs.org.


    Community Health Worker / Contact Tracer Supervisor with Baltimore Health Corps (posted until October 30, 2020)

    The Community Health Worker (CHW) Supervisor will be a part of a team responding to the COVID-19 response at the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD). Under general supervision by a direct manager, the CHW Supervisor will plan, conduct, and provide direction on how to identify and counsel people who have been exposed to the novel coronavirus. Work of this class involves full supervisory duties.

    The CHW Supervisor will oversee CHWs who will be working as public health investigators whose duties include contact tracing, public health messaging, and any additional public health activities as assigned as part of the Baltimore City Health Department’s response to COVID-19.

    The CHW supervisor will spend their time on planning for activities, overseeing a team of CHWs on contact tracing and public health messaging. The Supervisor will also ensure that data collection is accurate. As the needs to the response will change over time, the role of the Supervisor will also adapt to the public health response needs and the Supervisor may also be assigned cases to investigate, particularly complex cases . The Supervisor may also use web-based client resource management (CRM) platform to call all contacts of anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 to document a symptom check, provide them with instructions for isolation or quarantine, and refer them for testing according to established protocols. In addition, the Supervisor will be required to follow all scripts, policies and procedures provided by BCHD, and comply with BCHD training regarding confidential information related to personal information. The CHW supervisor will also conduct contact tracing and provide public health messages as needed using approved BCHD scripts.

    For the full position description and how to apply, visit https://jobs.crelate.com/portal/baltimorecorps/job/i3rdtkqh65gqkhiyyjgu9fns8o.


    Licensed Therapist with Columbia Treatment Center (posted until October 15, 2020)

    Licensed therapist needed part-time to run an alcohol treatment group and conduct evaluations at Columbia Treatment Center.  Can work from our office in Columbia or remotely.

    To apply, please send your resume to Nestor, Coordinator of Spanish services, at ctc@columbia-treatment.com.


    Community Health Worker / Care Coordination Supervisor with Baltimore Health Corps (posted until October 15, 2020)

    This job is part of a temporary citywide corps, Baltimore Health Corps, that is being created to address the economic and public health crises caused by COVID-19. Jointly led by the Baltimore City Health Department and the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, the initiative will train and employ hundreds of residents in a time of record unemployment while supporting the city’s emergency public health response. The corps includes a contract tracing/community outreach team and a care coordination team.

    Applicants who are hired for this position will undergo training that allows them to learn the fundamental principles of becoming a community health worker in addition to understanding fundamental roles of contact tracing and public health outreach. In addition, some roles will include workforce supports from the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, including financial empowerment counseling and job coaching to assist with the transition to permanent employment from these temporary positions. Legal and mental health services will also be available to some roles.

    This position is a supervisory role overseeing Spanish-speaking contact tracers, so oral and written proficiency in Spanish is needed. 

    For the full position description and how to apply, visit https://jobs.crelate.com/portal/baltimorecorps/job/4bc4qc8ytupkpsb531azd1afjy.



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