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Our dynamic staff work hard every day to make our community better than how we found it. If that's your mission too, there may be a spot for you on our team.


See below for current opportunities.

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Current Opportunities

Position: Hospital Responder/ Family Support Worker


  Position Details: The Hospital Responder/ FSW is responsible for the management and administrative duties of the

anti-violence intervention Program at George Washington University Hospital as well as providing Case Management services

while working within the Trauma and/or Emergency Room Department’s Violence Intervention Program and with partnering community agencies in providing patient support for and acts as an advocate between the Trauma Department, patient families/caregivers, and community agencies.




  • One-year experience in Social Services or related field preferred.

  • Excellent problem solving, analytical, organizational and communication skills required ability to prioritize works according to organizational demands and established timelines.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • BA degree in Social Work/Social Science (preferred) or related field of study, or a combination of related education and experience.




Position: Administrative  Assistant

         Position Details: The Administrative Assistant is responsible for answering and directing telephone calls, greeting and

directing visitors, sorting and distributing mail, maintaining office supplies and performing  a variety of clerical or administrative functions to support their program or department





  • 1-year office or customer service experience. Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft products to include Word, Excel, Publisher, and Access.

  • Ability to type 40WPM; create tables, charts, and other presentation documents. Strong verbal, writing, interpersonal and organizational skills.  



 Position: Peer Engagement Specialist

                Position Details: The Peer Engagement Specialist serves as role models and advocates for their peers in the

community by assisting and encouraging other youths as they progress in strengthening their decision-making processes, coping skills and life skills as they maintain stability in the community and in their goals.



  • Strong ability to work with system -involved youth.

  • Self-motivated and solution focused.

  • A team player with great written and verbal communication skills. 

  • Computer proficiency and experience working in MS Office suite a plus.



Position: Community Health Navigator

                         Position Details: Community Navigators perform community outreach providing relevant health related

information. They act as a link between people of the community and the health-care system. Community navigators are community-based, culturally and linguistically appropriate, equity-informed health literacy agents who are geared to deliver intervention activities that enhance COVID-19 health literacy and awareness and provide greater access to

COVID-19 testing and immunization services.




  • Min. 18 years. HS Diploma or GED. 



  • Experience working in a structured community outreach program. 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. A team player. 

  • Computer proficiency and experience working in MS Office suite a plus.