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Current Employment Opportunities

Medical Director (Full-Time)


The Medical Director is accountable directly to the Chief Medical Officer. The position is responsible for providing primary medical care to patients and serving as the lead provider for clinical staff at Conway Health and Resource Center. This position is responsible for supervision of the physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician’s assistants.

Care Coordination Specialist (Full-Time)


The Care Coordinator works to coordinate care with patients who are low income, and high risk for chronic disease and hospitalization. This role ensures that patients receive timely care and education, social services, referrals, and coordination of specialty care. The Care Coordinator also assists patients in navigating the health care system in Washington, DC.

Team Coordinator (Full-Time)


The Team Coordinator is accountable directly to the Home Now Program Director. In conjunction with the Program Director, this position is responsible for providing supervision, administration and oversight to a team of Housing Stability case managers and/or Youth Specialists. In addition, the Team Coordinator will carry a small caseload (up to 5 families) and provide both case management and some youth advocacy services. These duties will include performing intakes, creating case management plans that engage families in pursing strengths-based goals, assisting with housing search and relocation process, making appropriate referrals to support family stability, and working with schools and other community resources to ensure that the children on his/her case load receive the educational and support services needed.

Certified Nurse Midwife (Prenatal Care Only)


The ideal candidate will have at 1-2 years of full-scope midwifery experience. (Will consider new graduate with substantial birth experience) Candidates will need to be licensed in DC and need to have had experience serving the underserved. Bi-lingual Spanish, experience with an electronic health record, and out-of-hospital experience are desirable.

Assessment Specialist (Full-Time)


The Assessment Specialist is responsible for screening applicants for eligibility and prioritization for rapid re-housing and permanent supportive housing (PSH). Using an assessment tool to evaluate appropriateness for rapid re-housing services and PSH services, the Assessment Specialist will make appropriate referrals and work closely with the Community of Hope team, as well as staff from other providers, to help families in shelter access and retain permanent housing (rapid re-housing, PSH, or other affordable housing). The Assessment Specialist may also assess families presenting as homeless or precariously housed at one or more of the District’s family resource centers.

Referral Specialist (Full-Time)


The Referral Specialist is accountable directly to the Clinical Nurse Manager. This position is responsible for processing referrals in a complete, accurate, and timely manner; verifying that patients have received the care they requested, and notifying providers if patients do not follow through with referrals.

Medical Practice Manager (Full-Time)


The Medical Office Manager is accountable directly to the Director of Health Services. The position is responsible for coordinating the activities of the medical reception, revenue cycle tasks, hospitality and providing administrative support to the health services team at one of Community of Hope’s health services locations. The position is responsible for supervision of the medical receptionists and other administrative positions.

Dental Receptionist (Full-Time)


The Dental Receptionist is accountable directly to the Office Manager. The position is responsible for the smooth operation of the front office including: managing patient flow, answering phone calls, managing patient schedules and providing office support for the dental practice.

Senior Maintenance Technician (Full-time)


Performs, and/or supervises completion of: building repairs and custodial work, including drywall installation and finishing, painting, advanced plumbing, carpentry, electrical work, and other repairs in a professional and timely manner.

Therapist (Full-Time)


The Licensed Therapist is accountable to the Director of Behavioral Health Integration and responsible for providing initial assessments, individual and group therapy, and supervising Social Work Interns.

Dentist (Full-Time)

Community of Hope (COH) is a rapidly growing, innovative, and mission driven nonprofit. Our team of over 170 caring, dedicated staff members provides health care, housing, and supportive services for low-income, underserved, and homeless people in Washington, D.C. We operate three community health centers, offering medical, dental, and behavioral health care as well as birth services. We work to end homelessness by providing housing and supportive services such as employment search and training, housing search, wellness coordination, and mentoring and youth services

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Housing Stability Case Manager


The Housing Stability Case Manager will provide housing stability and income-focused case management services to the families assigned to their case load including; providing resources to increase income; meeting regularly with client, advocating for client housing needs, collaborating with Employment Specialist and families on completing resumes and job searches; and making referrals for appropriate services. This position reports to the Program Director.

Medical Receptionist (Full-Time)


The Medical Receptionist is an integral part of the Community of Hope health services team. The Medical Receptionist reports directly to the Office Manager. This position is responsible for ensuring smooth patient flow at the front desk by promptly checking patients in, ensuring all forms are completed, collecting payment, and pulling charts in a timely manner. In addition, you will be responsible for answering phones and transferring calls to appropriate staff for assistance. Perform all other duties as assigned.

HEALTH SERVICES FINANCE MANAGER


The Health Services and Finance Manager provides support in the monitoring of the day-to-day functions and performance of patient billing and revenue collections and manages grants reporting function for all Health Services contracts and grants. The Health Services and Finance Manager is also responsible for ensuring that all financial information related to Health Services income is complete and accurate. This is a full time position.

Director of Midwifery (Full-Time)


The Director of Midwifery is responsible for serving as a lead provider for the midwifery staff at FHBC, ensuring that clinical procedures are followed and providing clinical care to patients, supervision of the nurse midwives, and communication with the OB/GYN program director at Washington Hospital Center. The ideal candidate will have at between 3-5 years of full-scope midwifery experience, and licensed in DC. Experience working with the underserved and electronic records keeping is highly preferred.

Resident Monitor

Resident Monitors are integral to the success of Community of Hope's Housing Program! Resident Monitors are currently needed for Afternoon, Evening and Overnight shifts in COH's residential shelter program. Relief positions have the potential of leading to a full time position with benefits. Applicants must possess a strong desire to work with homeless families. Some weekend and holiday work required. This position reports to the Program Manager. This is a relief/casual position.

Dental Assistant (Full-Time)


The Dental Assistant is responsible for assisting the dentists with providing efficient, high quality dental care.

Certified Nurse Midwife (Full-Time)

Community of Hope (COH) is a rapidly growing, innovative, and mission driven nonprofit. We provide health care, housing, and supportive services for low-income, underserved, and homeless people in Washington, D.C. We operate three community health centers, offering medical, dental, and behavioral health care as well as birth services. We work to end homelessness by providing housing and supportive services such as employment search and training, housing search, wellness coordination, and mentoring and youth services.

Community of Hope was selected as one of the Washington Post’s 150 Top

Medical Assistant


The Medical Assistant is responsible for performing a variety of complex patient care and administrative activities to assist providers, patients and staff. This position also assists in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management and provides clinical training to other staff. This position is located at our Family Health and Birth Center.

DENTAL HYGIENIST (FULL TIME)


The Dental Hygienist provides appropriate preventive oral health services under the supervision of a dentist to dental patients of the center. They will also be responsible for providing appropriate oral health information to individuals and groups.

FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER


Provides direct clinical care to patients, meeting clinical standards, within the appropriate scope of practice. This is a full-time position.

Maintenance Technician (Full- Time)


Performs building repairs and custodial work, including drywall installation and finishing, painting, advanced plumbing, carpentry, electrical work, and other repairs in a professional and timely manner.

FAMILY MEDICINE PHYSICIAN

Community of Hope (COH)  is a rapidly growing, innovative, and mission driven nonprofit.  Our team of over 170 caring, dedicated staff members provides health care, housing, and supportive services for low-income, underserved, and homeless people in Washington, D.C.  We operate three community health centers, offering medical, dental, and behavioral health care as well as birth services.  We work to end homelessness by providing housing and supportive services such as employment search and training, housing search, wellness coordination, and mentoring and youth services.

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