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Digital Media and Design Coordinator
Family League of Baltimore
The Digital Media & Design Coordinator plays an integral role in the effective development and implementation of strategy-based internal and external communications and stakeholder engagement. The Digital Media & Design Coordinator will work collaboratively within the Communications team to conceptualize, generate and manage communications campaigns and deliverables, leveraging content on Family League’s Website and digital and social media platforms to support the engagement goals of staff.
This position requires a person to fulfill job responsibilities in ways that support an equitable and inclusive environment for colleagues, funded partners, and other stakeholders.

Please apply directly via the link.
Contracts Administrator
Family League of Baltimore
Family League of Baltimore is recruiting for a Contracts Administrator. This part-time position will provide general administrative support to our Manager of Grants & Contracts. The ideal candidate for this role will have experience working in philanthropy and grants management and be committed to implementing culturally inclusive and equitable practices in the communities we serve.

Please apply directly via the posting link.
Community Health Worker/Organizer
Maryland Latinos Unidos (MLU)

Mid-Atlantic Latinx Vaccine Equity Coalition (MALVEC) – Community Health Organizer (CHO)

Maryland Latinos Unidos (MLU)
For Montgomery County and Prince Georges, Maryland, United States

MALVEC seeks four Community Health Organizers (CHO) to serve as a connector between community members and health services to reduce disproportionate COVID-19 health impacts in the Latinx community. The CHW will accompany, inform, educate, and empower community members to navigate health systems to protect their health and the health of their families. The CHW will work with families within a holistic health equity framework. For this project, the CHW will focus their activities on COVID-19 prevention and education.

As part of the MALVEC philosophy, CHWs will receive introductory and continuous training in Digital Organizing, COVID-19, and specific Community Mobilization Techniques for Health.
Job duration: This position is initially funded for four months (2021-2022) with the potential of being extended into 2022 dependent on the extension of the grant.

Locations: MLU Headquarters are in Baltimore, but we are seeking someone to fill our vacancy covering Montgomery County and Prince Georges. The position is primarily remote but includes some regional travel within the two counties. Maryland Latinos Unidos is headquartered in Baltimore City.

How you can help build a healthier Maryland:
• Participate as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Vaccine Equity Coalition (MALVEC) to assess and respond to community members’ needs related to COVID-19 prevention.
• Establish relationships with community members and their families acting as health educators and communication facilitators between community members and health systems.
• Apply digital tools to engage, mobilize, and encourage people to get vaccinated and enhances MALVEC partners’ digital reach.
• Assess vaccination deserts, canvass neighborhoods and events where community members gather to inform and educate them of upcoming
Grant Writer
Total Care Services, Inc.
The Grant Writer is an integral member of the Development Department and is involved in tasks related to both pre-award and post-award processes for grants and to creating responses to requests for proposals (RFPs). The Grant Writer may collaborate on special projects assigned to the Development team. In the pre-award phase of the grant cycle, the Grant Writer will have a role in prospecting for funding opportunities aligned with the organization’s mission and strategic plans to support and enhance programs. The Grant Writer will also be the primary person creating written content for grants, proposals and other reports in both the pre-award and post-award periods. The Grant Writer will also assist in curating content for other written communication materials for the organization as needed.
Community Engagement Coordinator
Total Care Services, Inc.
The Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) will develop, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive communications and engagement plan for Total Care Services, Inc. (TCS) in collaboration with the Development Team. The CEC will represent TCS in the community; building awareness of available services and supports through outreach and cultivation of partnerships in support of TCS’ mission and the growth and development of its programs. Through the development of various marketing, fundraising and communications campaigns aligned with TCS’mission, values, and goals, this position will also play a key role in expanding the digital footprint of the organization. The CEC will also be responsible for developing an internal strategy to promote connection and engagement among TCS staff.
Director of Development
Parent Encouragement Program
The Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) seeks an energetic, self-starter to join the PEP team as its first Director of Development (DoD). Reporting to the Executive Director, the DoD has primary responsibility to set the vision and strategy to realize and secure funding from public and private philanthropic sources.

This new position requires a high-performing professional capable of managing multiple priorities in a dynamic, high-growth, collaborative organization. The DoD must also have outstanding interpersonal and communication skills and must be able to work effectively across organizational and functional boundaries. To see the full position description and learn more, please email Kathy Hedge at

Marketing Director
Parent Encouragement Program
The Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) seeks an energetic, self-starter to join the PEP team as its Marketing Director. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a highly regarded nonprofit organization in the DC area that has recently re-positioned itself for increased impact and growth.

The Marketing Director will work with key staff and consultants to develop and implement a strategic marketing and communications plan to increase PEP’s visibility to external audiences; reach new and diverse audiences; and grow PEP’s earned revenue from fee-based programs. The plan should include components for public relations, media relations, digital communications, platform integration, key messaging, storytelling, and brand experience. The Marketing Director will take the lead in the implementation and continual updating and improvement to the marketing plan. Specific areas of work will include digital communications, brand management, and website and database management. To see the full job description and learn more, please contact Kathy Hedge at

Human Resources Generalist
Total Care Services, Inc.
We are looking for a (Human Resources) HR Generalist to join our team and implement various human resources programs. HR Generalists have a broad knowledge of human resources functions, from hiring to onboarding and from employee compensation to evaluation. If you have a passion for HR, are familiar with labor law and look to kickstart your career in the field, this is the place to be. Your role as an HR Generalist will be far from one-dimensional. You’ll undertake a wide range of HR tasks, like organizing trainings, administering employee benefits and leaves and crafting HR policies. You will use Human Resources Information Systems to ensure all employee records are up-to-date and confidential. You’ll act as the main point of contact for employees’ queries on HR-related topics. The goal is to ensure the HR department’s operations will be running smoothly and effectively to deliver maximum value to the organization as a whole.
Program Assistant
Reservoir Hill Improvement Council
RHIC is searching for the perfect Program Assistant. Check us out, and tell us why you are a great fit. Let’s chat!

Mission: RHIC’s mission is to unite, empower, and mobilize residents and organizations to define and take action on issues common to residents of Reservoir Hill and its neighbors.

Vision: We envision Reservoir Hill as a model of a diverse, vibrant, urban community. A thriving place to call home that celebrates excellent schools, safe streets, abundant green spaces, and creative recreation areas. A community that fosters multiple opportunities for residents to interact, housing that meets the varied needs of individuals and families across a broad spectrum of ages, incomes, and backgrounds; and a revitalization that benefits everyone.

RHIC Impact: MOBILIZE residents by providing a platform for community and civic engagement opportunities through networking, community meetings, and advocacy. EMPOWER the community with knowledge, connections, and resources through communications, information sharing, housing programing, and developer interaction. UNITE diverse groups of residents to improve the quality of life in Reservoir Hill through outreach events, community organizing, and facilitating partnerships.

With four decades of community service, RHIC is a community-based nonprofit organization, a federally certified Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Housing Counseling agency, and a proud member of Maryland Nonprofits, the National Council on Nonprofits, and the Community Development Network.

If you’re interested in finding out more, please follow the link below, for a full job description.

To apply, please submit a letter of interest and resume to

Clinical Supervisor (Adoption Competent)
Adoptions Together
The Clinical Supervisor supervises and trains therapists providing pre- and post-permanency clinical services to families and children in the District of Columbia. This position does not carry a caseload. As the team leader, this seasoned professional ensures program staff deliver exceptional, culturally competent high-quality counseling and support services. The Clinical Supervisor also maintains contract compliance through program reporting and other administrative tasks.

The Clinical Supervisor is a newly created full-time or part-time position that reports to the Director of Clinical Services. The position is currently primarily remote and as the current health crisis improves, the position will shift to in-person at the Washington, DC office with regular opportunities for telework.
Chief Program Officer (Child Welfare)
Adoptions Together
The Chief Program Officer (CPO) is a critical member of the leadership team. In collaboration with the CEO, the CPO will articulate and implement the strategic vision and leadership of the agency; lead and oversee direct programming of Adoptions Together, to include counseling, training, home study, foster care adoption, domestic infant adoption, and family find services. The CPO will be a subject matter expert in areas that create and sustain permanency including adoption, foster, kinship, and guardianship care and have a sound foundation and understanding of the impact of pre-and post-natal trauma, attachment disruption, trauma-responsive care, and the clinical models that best respond to the needs of this population. The CPO will work with the CEO to establish new programs consistent with the organization's mission, vision, and values.
Leadership & Staff Management. In coordination with the CEO and executive leadership team, play a key role in the overall development, strategic planning, service delivery, and management of the organization. Supervise program leaders; working closely with them to build their skills and confidence so they can mentor, encourage, and motivate all staff. Experience with, or a desire and ability to develop skills around fundraising and development as well as working with a board of directors. This position is a possible successor for the CEO within 3 to 5 years.
Program Oversight. Oversee the coordination, integration, and delivery of all programs, contracts, and related services, promoting collaborative relationships between program areas and ensuring that the expectations of funders, partners, constituents, clients, and other stakeholders are consistently met and effectively communicated.
Business Development. In partnership with the CEO and in accordance with the strategic plan, develop and implement new initiatives that reflect the organization's mission. Monitor emerging needs and serve as liaison to key agencies and organizations
Social worker needed to provide case manage-ment for youth in treatment foster care
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Assistant Director
HOPE - Helping Other People through Empowerment, Inc.
HOPE is a 501(c)(3) established 20+ years ago. We operate 365 days a year as a peer run community based organization assisting disadvantaged Baltimore City adults realize their goals for mental health and sobriety.

Under the direction of the Executive Director oversees the day-to-day operation of HOPE's programming. Provides leadership and support to staff and volunteers to promote personal growth, recovery, and wellness of members. Assist in meeting HOPE goals and contract deliverables. Assist in new program development, and special projects.

Education & Background:
Minimum of bachelor's degree in human services field preferred
Supervisory experience preferred
Possesses an understanding of behavioral health, and behavioral health system in Baltimore
Currently a Registered Peer Supervisor, or willing to acquire within 3 months
Currently a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist, or willing to acquire within 1 year
CPR & 1st Aid certified, or within 2 months
Computer literacy in Word, Publisher, Power Point & Excel
With a substance abuse history as least 2 years recovery

The position is 40 hours/week primarily Mon-Fri plus 1 weekend/month. Enjoy a 3-day weekend each month. Generous paid time off included. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Range $48,000-$55,000.

To learn more about HOPE visit
To apply email cover letter and resume to

Director of Development and Communications
Child Justice, Inc.
Please email me to receive the job description at
We anticipate hiring by January 1, 2022
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