Links to Jobs and Opportunities

Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below. This list is updated monthly and stays up for two months; please let us know if something should be removed before that time.

The NC Association of County Commissioners has two vacancies on State CFAC for a Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and/or Substance Use Disorder consumer or family member in both the Eastern and Central Regions of the State.

The Director of Urban Conservation Initiatives will lead a program that seeks to add or enhance community access to parks, trails or other green spaces as guided by residents and local partners in historically disadvantaged urban neighborhoods. The program is focused on advancing equity for residents in these neighborhoods by generating economic and social benefits and environmental improvement through active civic engagement.

MedServe places future healthcare providers in "rock star" primary care clinics across rural and other medically underserved communities to serve in both a clinical and community role.

The Foundation is hiring a Program Officer to support the strategies set forward in this grantmaking framework. This new position will have primary responsibility for implementing the Foundation’s Community-Based Strategy, which has three components: a Community Progress Fund, a Collaborative Problem-Solving approach, and supporting capacity building in under-resourced communities across North Carolina.

Our exciting new position, Local Food Distribution Coordinator will be responsible for transitioning Farms Serving Hospitality and Restaurant Employees (FarmsSHARE), CFSA's emergency food assistance program that provides a free box of locally-grown produce and protein sourced from small, sustainable farms to households in need into a long-term food distribution program that addresses persistent food insecurity and chronic health issues faced by many in our commun

Students spend a minimum of eight weeks during the summer with host organizations. Internships offer a range of exposure and skill-building opportunities in areas such as research, community outreach, public policy, communications, fundraising and social media. Details and workplans for each intern vary by organization; however, host organizations must provide the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation with a workplan that ensures a rewarding experience, substantive opportunities, and adequate supervision for their intern.

Seeking a Bilingual (Spanish-Fluent)Health & Justice Organizer 
Join the movement to advance environmental health and justice in North Carolina!

Farmworker Justice (“FJ”) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to empowering farmworkers to improve immigration policy, wages and working conditions, occupational safety, health and access to justice.  FJ engages in legislative and administrative advocacy, public education, capacity-building, and impact litigation, frequently in collaboration with farmworker organizations, labor unions, and other advocacy groups.

Overview of Position:           

Reporting to the Latino Services Manager, the Community Health Worker assists in the identification and engagement of communities and individuals who need information, linkage, and navigation within HopeHealth integrated care system. This includes the facilitation of patient navigation in Florence and other sites in SC as needed.

PASOs is looking for persons interested in applying for the Community Health Worker (CHW) position in Charleston County. This position is going to work with the local First Steps office in Charleston County. The purpose of the partnership between PASOs and First Steps local offices is to reach Latino families and children from 0-5yrs old to assist parents and caregivers of Latino children to assess their child’s development.