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Current Employment Opportunities

Practice Manager (Full-Time)


The Dental Practice Manager is responsible for coordinating the activities of the dental reception team, revenue cycle tasks, patient experience management, and providing administrative coordination with other members of the health services team at the Conway and Marie Reed locations. The position is responsible for supervision of the dental receptionists.

Dentist (Full-Time)


The Dentist is accountable directly to the Dental Director. This position is responsible for providing direct dental care to patients.

Dental Director (Full-Time)


The Dental Director is accountable directly to the Vice President of Health Services. The position is responsible for developing and overseeing the clinical aspects of the dental program as well as providing direct dental care to patients. This position is responsible for supervision of Dentists, Hygienists, and the Lead Dental Assistant.

Psychiatrist Clinician (Part-Time)


The Clinical Psychiatrist is responsible for supporting behavioral health care provided in our primary care settings with a team comprised of primary care and behavioral health providers. The Clinical Psychiatrist will provide consultation, psychiatric evaluation, medication therapy and medication monitoring of clients in therapy and/or primary care at Community of Hope. This is a part-time position, 10 hours per week.

Housing Stability Case Manager (Full-Time)


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.

Group Care Coordinator (Full-Time)


The Group Care Coordinator is accountable directly to the CHRC Patient Services Manager. This position is responsible for working with providers to educate pregnant woman via participation in group care/childbirth education using the Centering Pregnancy model. This model consists of 90-120 minutes group sessions on a bi-weekly basis for 10 sessions. Additionally, this position will require coordination of all group related task while working in conjunction with the providers in recruiting and organizing group attendance and participation by the prenatal mothers.

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.

Youth Specialist (Full-Time)


The Youth Specialist is accountable directly to the Team Coordinator who oversees his/her team. This full-time position is responsible for working with the Housing Stability Case Managers, schools, and other community resources to ensure that the children on his/her caseload receive the educational and support services needed.

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.

Resident Monitor (Multiple Positions Available)

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.

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