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

Page updated: 9/25/2023

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

Case Manager with the Southeast CDC (posted until 11/25/2023)

Southeast CDC is hiring a full-time Case Manager to assist immigrant households in Baltimore City to navigate and access health and human resource programs to address their short- and long-term needs related to economic stability and overall family well-being.

The Case Manager will serve a caseload of up to 35-40 families at a time, working with each family for at least six months to ensure that lengthy applications are completed and that households successfully connect with needed benefits.

English and Spanish language fluency is required.

Full position description available here:

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Please put “Case Manager” as your email subject. They will review applications on a rolling basis with interviews beginning in mid-September with a start date as soon as possible in October or November.

Community Engagement Coordinator with the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (posted until 9/29/2023)

This position's primary responsibility is to strengthen community engagement efforts to reach all immigrant communities in the City of Baltimore. This task will include working with trusted community stakeholders such as non-profit organizations, faith-based institutions, civic groups, educational institutions, and city agencies to assist with information sharing, coordinating, and engaging community stakeholders to increase awareness about MIMA’s initiatives and city services.

This position is housed in the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA). In addition, this position will provide support to MIMA’s director to advance the mission of the office.


  • Research and develop innovative programs to better integrate Baltimore’s immigrant communities.
  • Develop ongoing outreach activities with immigrant community groups based on the city’s core languages.
  • Continually identify new community partners and maintain those relationships.
  • Respond to inquiries and needs from external stakeholders.
  • Attend community meetings and events to learn about needs and opportunities.
  • Provide ongoing feedback and analysis of effectiveness of outreach strategies.
  • Represent the Mayor and the City at official functions, sometimes presenting citations, proclamations, or other recognitions to local organizations or community members.
  • Serve as an advocate for immigrants and immigrant support initiatives and services within the City of Baltimore.
  • Represent MIMA at community events and gatherings.
  • Participate and/or facilitate relevant coalitions and develop relationships with other organizations and community-based agencies to improve awareness of issues affecting the immigrant community, and compliance with civil rights and immigration laws.
  • Assist MIMA's Director and staff members with any other projects as they arise.
  • Aid in the development of written protocols, talking points and other written materials as assigned.
  • Other relevant duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree and at least two years of professional experience OR a graduate degree
  • Excellent writing, analytical, research, and verbal skills are essential
  • Ability to relate well to people from other cultures
  • Ability to advocate controversial positions and achieve important objectives
  • Ability to work well under pressure and the ability to seek and synthesize information and communicate in a compelling and succinct form
  • Knowledge of the unique needs of and/or experience working with immigrant communities
  • Good computer skills, familiarity with Microsoft Office programs and internet research
  • Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and community group settings.
  • Possesses strong knowledge of equity, racial, immigrant and language access justice.
  • Ability to provide technical expertise on immigrant and refugees issues
  • Must be detail-oriented, organized, self-motivated, and able to work without supervision

For full position description and to apply online, visit  Applications for this position will no longer be accepted after Friday, September 29th.

Part-Time Adult Education Tutor with the Helping Up Mission (posted until 10/29/2023)

The Adult Education Tutor oversees all on-site & off-site tutorial services of our clients. As well as providing tutorial services on-site. The Adult Education Tutor carries out their duties while adhering to the core values and vision of the Mission.

Primary Duties:

  • Screen, schedule & coordinate tutorial services
  • Provide certified External Diploma Program tutoring
  • Provide certified General Education Development tutoring
  • Develop & design materials for GED, EDP, and Accuplacer students
  • Provide individual tutoring for specialized needs
  • Participate in team meetings for ILC services
  • Coordinate all off-site educational services for HUM clients
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Requirements:

  • Exhibit the Core Values of Helping Up Mission, Inc
  • Teaching certificate
  • CASAS certified
  • Core character qualities needed are dependability, initiative, integrity, spirituality, flexibility, fairness, humility, and a servant’s heart
  • Proficient in computer usage, particularly Microsoft products
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds in a fair, supportive and cooperative manner
  • Excellent writing abilities, data collection, and analytic skills
  • Strong analytic, problem-solving, and decision-making capabilities

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in education preferred
  • 3-5 years teaching experience in Adult Education
  • Prior teaching experience with an NEDP Program a plus

Competitive pay for the part-time position.  Full position description available here.

Potential candidates should email their resumes to, attention Brian Vincer.

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