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Page updated: 10/12/2021

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

Pro Bono Program Manager with the Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Service (posted until 11/12/2021)

This management position with the Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Service is responsible for the successful operations of the Pro Bono Program which involves oversight of client intake, application review, case placement with volunteers, volunteer support, as well as management of and support to 4-5 intake paralegals. In addition, the Pro Bono Program Manager is responsible for ensuring all client case data, volunteer information, clinic data, and case update information is properly entered into LegalServer, our case management database, and maintaining accurate data to generate reports to funders.

Professional Experience and Education:

  • 5-7 years of related experience, preferred in legal setting
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite
  • Familiarity with case management software
  • Demonstrated commitment through work experience, lived experience or volunteer experience to communities, such as: Children, Domestic workers, Economically disadvantaged people, Immigrants and refugees, Incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, LGBTQ people, People of color, People with disabilities, People with HIV/AIDS, Sex workers, Victims of crime and abuse, and Women and girls

For more information, please review the complete job description.  To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references from employers or school via email with “Position Title” in the subject line to Applicants are encouraged to address the core values stated at the top of this job posting in their cover letters.

Multiple positions with TurnAround, Inc. (posted until 11/12/2021)

TurnAround provides comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, Maryland. They are the only organization in the Baltimore area with the mission, expertise, and capacity to work with this range of victimizations and we are the designated rape crisis center for those jurisdictions. In addition, TurnAround is one of Maryland’s comprehensive domestic violence providers and runs a certified Abuser Intervention Program.

TurnAround is hiring for the following positions:

You can apply online for these positions at or by sending an email to Roxanne Melgar at

Mortgage Loan Officer with Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore (posted until 11/12/2021)

Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore (NHS) is a well-established non-profit organization with a team oriented work environment. NHS of Baltimore’s mission is to spark renewed vitality in neighborhoods by engaging our community partners, increasing sustainable homeownership, and advancing capital solutions. We are looking for an experienced Mortgage Loan Officer to join our growing team in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Mortgage Loan Officer (MLO) will be responsible for originating all first and subordinate loan/grant applications and conducting pre-qualification and pre-approval for prospective homebuyers and borrowers. The MLO will also market products and services to consumers and business partners and to meet strategic goals in targeted neighborhoods as well as annual production goals for all lending programs. This position will involve working some evening and weekend hours.


  • Minimum of five (5) years of mortgage sales and/or outside sales experience
  • Knowledge of loan products, programs, and compliance requirements for loan programs
  • Flexibility to conduct off hour appointments and interviews with customers and business partners
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Professional demeanor and presentation skills
  • Ability to effectively manage workload and projects with competing deadlines, priorities and demands
  • Strong organizational and prioritization skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and service orientation skills. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse and multi-cultural customers
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, which includes some evenings and weekend hours. Ability to travel locally to meet customers
  • Strong mathematical and analytical skills
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage confidential and sensitive information
  • Ability to speak both English and Spanish fluently is a plus


  • High school diploma or equivalent work experience. Bachelor’s degree or additional education is a plus
  • Mortgage license required

For more information, please review the complete job description.  Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to

Bilingual Community Health Educator with Planned Parenthood of Maryland (posted until 11/12/2021)

PPM is a thriving Planned Parenthood affiliate with a healthy financial standing and the capacity for expansion of our clinical services as well as our geographic reach. Our mission is to enable all Marylander's to have access to a wide range of high quality, affordable reproductive health care services. By providing medical services, education, training and advocacy, PPM seeks to help individuals make informed decisions about their reproductive health, family planning options, and sexuality.

SUMMARY: Provides education and outreach about sexuality and reproductive health for Marylanders across the lifespan. Provides administrative support for Education and Training Department.


1. Facilitate education programs on sexual and reproductive health topics to youth and adults in English and Spanish.

2. Design education programs in conjunction with staff to be relevant, accurate, interactive, and consistently replicated.

3. Send and administer needs assessments and evaluation instruments.

4. Conduct outreach activities related to PPM services.

5. Assist with preparation of education and training program materials.

6. Order, maintain appropriate levels of stock, and organize department equipment/supplies.

7. Coordinate department programs logistics.

8. Represent the department by resolving incoming phone and email requests appropriately, as well as attending meetings on behalf of the department, as directed by supervisor.

9. Cultivate and maintain community partnerships.

10. Accurately enter, maintain, and report on department data, including: calendar entries, expenditures and revenues, contracts and confirmation documents, participant demographics, event attendance, fidelity logging, invoicing, and surveys.

To apply online, please visit

Maintenance Technician with Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Carolinas (posted until 10/12/2021)

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Facility Operations (ADFO), the Facility Technician (FT) with Volunteers of America Chesapeake and Carolinas is responsible for the safety, security, sanitation, maintenance and other facility related operations and activities of the Residential Reentry Center. The FT supports the Assistant Director of Facility Operations and the Senior Program Director in ensuring facility operations and services are in compliance with agency policy and procedures, contractual requirements, accreditation standards and local, state and federal regulations.


  • The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent diploma / GED
  • At least two (2) years of experience in capacity having overall responsibility for facility maintenance, sanitation and over-all janitorial duties.
  • HVAC experience/credentials or other similar certifications, preferred

This position is full-time, has benefits and a salary of $40,000 to $45,000 per year (which works out to just about $21.63 per hour).

The qualified candidate must have a valid drivers license, a social security card, and be able to pass a Federal Bureau of Prison’s background check and drug screening.

He/she must have demonstrated abilities to coordinate, monitor, an ensure work is completed by contracted vendors and/or program clients.

He/she must have knowledge of regulations affecting facility and food service operations; must be able to perform facility and household repairs; cost containment; housekeeping and janitorial techniques; be able to maintain program records, collect data and prepare statistical reports; and must have demonstrated ability in financial management practices. Must be able to ensure adequate supplies are maintained and available for accomplishing tasks.

Must be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing, and relate effectively with all others. The successful candidate must also have the ability to work with representatives of other human service agencies, government, and other community organizations and groups.

Pass Criminal Background Check (fingerprinting) and receive clearance from Federal Bureau of Prisons


  • Maintain sanitation and cleanliness of the facility and the surrounding grounds.
  • Ensure the facility and equipment maintenance and upkeep is maintained.
  • Assist in overseeing the food service operations and activities; kitchen sanitation.
  • Order cleaning and other housekeeping and maintenance supplies and equipment.
  • Assist to establish and implement fire and other safety plans.
  • Monitor the activities of residents involved in related duties in compliance with program rules and polices .
  • Assist with landscaping.
  • Assist Center staff in the control of contraband.
  • Secure personal property of absent residents.
  • Inventory equipment and supplies.
  • Schedule routine arid emergency maintenance.
  • Participate in staff meetings and training as directed by the ADFO and SPD.
  • Ensure that the fire safety and security equipment is functioning properly.
  • Communicate with outside vendors on support services and needed/ required repairs.
  • Perform monthly fire drills and document results.
  • Maintain agency vehicles, and assist with resident transportation as needed.
  • Pick up donations to the Center.
  • Monitor and assign tasks to clients. This may include providing input/feedback for documentation of training, coaching and disciplinary actions.
  • Ensure facility safety, security and sanitation is maintained including related facility operations and services that may need implementation.
  • Manage the physical plant and ensure the facility is in compliance with fire, safety and health certification standards and licensing requirements.
  • Assist in monitoring overall program maintenance, sanitation and security operations; and prepare and maintain records and reports as directed and required .
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


The physical requirements described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

  • The ability to safely operate a motor vehicle to transport oneself, consumers, and program supplies as necessary.
  • The physical ability to travel to assigned locations, stand, stoop, bend, reach, pull, push, lift, grasp, climb, talk, see, hear and perform basic and light home maintenance activities, and operate office equipment.
  • Move and lift light objects up to 30 pounds such as mail, supplies, files, and equipment. Operating office equipment requiring continuous or repetitive hand/arm movements.
  • The ability to remain in a sitting position for extended periods of time.

For full job description and to apply online, please visit

Financial Aid Advisor with Maryland University of Integrative Health (posted until 10/12/2021)

The Maryland University of Integrative Health Office of Financial Aid provides students with the financial resources necessary to achieve their educational goals. Financial Aid is committed to providing accurate, friendly, responsive, and respectful service to students. All federal, state, and institutional aid programs are delivered in accordance with applicable policies and regulations while advocating for our students.

Nature and Scope of Work:

The Office of Financial Aid is part of the Enrollment Management division at Maryland University of Integrative Health. The Financial Aid Advisor, under the direction of the Director of Financial Aid, acts as a financial advocate to students by providing guidance related to state, federal and institutional aid programs. The Advisor assists the Director with the daily processing of financial aid, including federal awarding, origination, disbursement, and reconciliation. In addition, the Advisor will interact with specific outside agencies to facilitate the student eligibility process and will be accountable for ensuring compliance with all federal regulations regarding various types of Federal and Institutional Financial Aid available to facilitate the enrollment of students, consistent with the University’s mission, accreditation standards, and applicable regulatory guidelines.

Principal Accountabilities:

The Financial Aid Advisor focuses on the core responsibilities associated with screening students for financial aid eligibility and ensuring compliance with federal regulations. The position includes processing of financial aid packages and the dissemination of financial aid information.

Work Schedule: Monday - Wednesday, 12PM - 7PM; Thursday-Friday, 9AM -5PM

Position can be hybrid (in-person and remote)

Essential Functions:

  • Advises prospective, admitted, and continuing students about the financial process, as well as the types of aid available.
  • Assists with financial aid correspondence to students via email, mail, phone and virtually through Microsoft Teams.
  • Provides informational services including admissions events, exit interviews, financial aid open houses, FAFSA workshops, internal training, default management, and financial literacy activities.
  • Emails Financial Aid Offers to students and manage changes and revisions to all.
  • Sends form letters to applicants requesting missing or incomplete information.
  • Receives, reviews, and inputs data pertaining to student aid information into the SIS database.
  • Reviews student information on the National Student Loan Data NSLDS) and Common Origination and Disbursement (COD) Systems to resolve student eligibility issues.
  • Participates in professional development activities and required employee training; serve on institutional committees as appointed.
  • Maintains working knowledge of federal, state, institutional, and accepted external aid programs and regulations and guidelines.
  • Prepares and/or process student aid disbursement reconciliations.
  • Processes federal financial aid originations in EDExpress.
  • Works closely in a team environment to provide outstanding customer services.
  • Monitors student Satisfactory Academic Progress
  • Supports recruitment and retention efforts in line with the strategies of the Enrollment Management team.
  • Explains to the student the status of their financial aid application, amount, and sources of aid and expected date of disbursement.
  • Performs standard and customized reports (EDxpress, SIS, Excel)
  • Reviews student information on Common Origination & Disbursement for graduate plus loan and other financial aid documents.
  • Communicates closely with the Registrar and the Finance Departments regarding financial aid processes.
  • Performs any other related duties as required or assigned.

Education and Experience Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in an office of financial aid within higher education
  • Working knowledge of NSLDS, COD, and MDCAPS
  • Fundamental knowledge of federal aid programs, federal regulations, and need analysis (federal methodology)
  • Comfortable with numbers
  • Familiarity of FERPA, GDPR compliance, and other privacy-related law in higher education

For full job listing and to apply online, please visit

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