Health Care For The Homeless Jobs & Careers in Baltimore, MD

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30+ days ago

Corporate Relations Manager

Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Baltimore, MD

As a key member of this mission-driven non-profit agency, the Corporate Relations Manager (CRM) is responsible for raising funds from corporate and… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Senior Human Resources Generalist

Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Baltimore, MD

Health Care for the Homeless is Maryland's only health care program dedicated to ending homelessness among our friends and neighbors. Our agency… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Registered Nurse

Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Baltimore, MD

The Convalescent Care Program (CCP) Part-time Registered Nurse (RN) is an integral part of an interdisciplinary team that promotes the client's… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Unit Clerk/Medical Secretary

Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Baltimore, MD

This role is pivotal in maintaining the smooth flow of clients and related documents throughout the clinical portion of HCH. A unit clerk must… Glassdoor

10 days ago

National Consumer Advocate

Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Baltimore, MD

The Consumer Advocate promotes the involvement of people who have experienced homelessness in the governance and operations of HCH projects and the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead Security Guard

Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Baltimore, MD

The Lead Security Guard provides a secure environment in which the client care function of HCH can operate by providing for the protection of… Glassdoor

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    Amazing place to make a real difference

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    Former Employee - Finance Manager  in  Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Finance Manager in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at Health Care For The Homeless full-time for more than 5 years


    HCH was a wonderful place to work--its mission is beautiful & noble, if Sisyphean, and most of its employees are there in pursuit of that mission (not as common in the non-profit sector as one might think). I found my co-workers to be inclusive & accepting.

    There are real challenges to be met, and solving them makes a real difference in the lives of people who are otherwise cast out, ignored, and even reviled.


    The flip side of serving a population whose circumstances are often tragic is that you are frequently confronted with human tragedy. It is not easy to face so much pain so frequently -- in our everyday lives, we go to great lengths to avoid it. That is all to say: if you can't, or won't, maintain empathy and compassion for people living with homelessness, you should not work here.

    On an organizational level, there was some level of class-division within HCH; i.e., among front-line employees, care providers, and executive management. Whether those difficulties have been addressed in the intervening years, I do not know.

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    To the degree that class division remains, it should be addressed.

    Positive Outlook