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Urban Ministries of Wake County, Inc.
Part Time Job Position: Eligibility Coordinator
Department: Open Door Clinic
Status: Part Time
Report To: Manager of Eligibility Services
Work Schedule: 28 per week; Required: 4:30pm to 8:00pm Monday thru Thursday; Remaining hours are flexible.
Job Objective:  The Eligibility Coordinator provides essential services to the Clinic’s Eligibility program.

We are looking for Spanish-speaking volunteers for Carolina Conexiones, the Bilingual Pediatric Navigator program at UNC Health Care. The program is part of the Pediatric Department and Center for Latino Health (CELAH). As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to support Spanish-speaking patients and families during their visits to the NC Children’s Hospital. Volunteers can be undergraduate students (2nd year and older), postgraduate students, or adults.

Description of Work

This position will be based in Benson, NC, with frequent travel in surrounding areas. The outreach worker acts under the direction and supervision of the outreach coordinator. S/he is responsible for providing information, follow-up support, and facilitated enrollment assistance to uninsured migrant farmworkers who are eligible to purchase health insurance through the federally facilitated Marketplace under the Affordable Care Act. This position requires very flexible hours (evenings and weekends), a valid NC driver’s license, car insurance, and reliable transportation. This is a contract position running from March 1, 2016 - October 31, 2016. Please not that this position is grant funded and will not extend beyond the contract time period. Pay will be equivalent to $12-$14/hr depending on qualifications and experience.

Description of Work

The NC Farmworkers Project is a non-profit organization that provides health services, education, and Affordable Care Act enrollment assistance to farmworkers in Wake, Harnett, Johnston, Sampson, and Duplin counties. We are seeking a Spanish-speaking student with a reliable vehicle to serve as a part-time intern with the Affordable Care Act education and enrollment project from March into the summertime. The intern will conduct outreach to farmworker churches and housing sites to give presentations on the ACA, provide follow-up support to enrolled workers, and assist with data collection and entry. This position will be based in Benson, NC, with frequent travel in surrounding areas.

Open Position in Honduras/Nicaragua

Witness for Peace is currently accepting applications for a position in the International Team (IT) in our Honduras/Nicaragua Program. Applications will be received until the position is filled. WFP provides a monthly stipend ($320.50 per month), vacation pay, health insurance, dental care, room and board, and all work-related transportation costs. After one year, staff receive a ticket to the U.S., a re-entry stipend of approximately $1,000, plus two months of health insurance. This position below is a two-year term, with potential to extend, pending funding.


The Open Door Clinic of Urban Ministries of Wake County is looking for interns in their Eligibility Department.  The clinic aims to provide access to healthcare to the uninsured of Wake County.

With an 'army' of volunteer doctors, pharmacists, nurses, interpreters and eligibility interviewers, the Open Door Clinic is a great place to gain experience for those looking to go into the medical or social work fields. Internship requirements include:

YOI is seeking applicants for two part-time positions based in the Triangle Area, NC. Strong applicants will be highly organized, work well in teams, have a strong social justice orientation, and a demonstrated commitment to youth-led organizing.  This position will be a good fit for applicants with a background in social work, sociology, humanities, education, and organizing for change. People of color, women, and LGBTQ people are strong encouraged to apply.

North Carolina State University is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Director of Campus Community Centers within the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity.

The Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) Apprenticeship Program is a hands-on work and study program that trains participants in many aspects of sustainable agriculture production. We are seeking highly-motivated individuals from a variety of different backgrounds to participate in a hands-on work and study program that trains participants in many aspects of sustainable agriculture and research.