Join Our Team

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Join Our Team

Are you interested in a career in social services? Ritter Center is a community of diverse individuals with unique backgrounds working across multiple disciplines to make a difference in the lives of those in need in Marin. Our goal is to provide them with the highest quality of care.

Our work is cross-agency, collaborative and community-driven. The work we do is challenging and very inspiring and the people are great. Ritter Center offers competitive salaries and benefits. Does this sound like something you would like to pursue?

Please take a look at our current openings and follow the links to apply online. If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected]

As a part time Family Nurse Practitioner you will provide primary care services to a diverse population of patients in a Nurse Practitioner managed Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) ​ serving homeless and low income adults. Working 24-30 hours per week you will be seeing patients with acute and chronic illnesses in our ambulatory care clinic and conducting home visits to patients in our Housing programs and community shelter programs. You will mange a broad range of health problems and provide treatment, education, consultation and referral and serve as an advocate for the patient. Additional hours up to a full time position may also be available.

Qualifications include a Master’s degree from an accredited Family Nurse Practitioner program, Nurse Practitioner license and furnishing number. You will have at least 1 year of experience serving an adult population in an acute or primary care setting. You must hold a current DEA license or be DEA license eligible. Fluency or competency in Spanish is a plus!

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The primary function of this position is to educate clients about Ritter Center services and other community resources, while creating a detailed service plan and advocating for clients immediate needs. The case management department works collaboratively with an internal clinical team under the umbrella of a federally qualified health clinic. All of our case managers work to assist clients in independent living skills and realistic goal-setting. The Case Manager is a vital member of Ritter Center’s dynamic integrated multidisciplinary team of medical professionals, mental health and substance use counselors, case managers and a street chaplain.

Qualifications include:

  • Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution
  • Bilingual or working competency in Spanish
  • Understanding of the needs of low-income working people and people who are homeless
  • Capacity to communicate clearly and remain calm with individuals in crisis
  • Strong organizational skills and capable of multi-tasking
  • Ability to be empathetic and compassionate with clients combined within a framework of appropriate boundaries
  • Experience working in a social service setting and familiarity with social services in Marin preferred
  • Basic computer knowledge required; proficient with Microsoft Office Suite as well as accuracy in data entry
  • Valid and clean driver’s license

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The Housing Case Manager works directly with a housing team to develop individualized case plans for up to 20 housing tenants with previous experiences of chronic homelessness. This position conducts regular home visits while providing case management services in conjunction with community partners. During this process, a tenant’s ability to manage their new living situation will be assessed regularly to identify their specific needs. The case manager will work closely with a nurse case manager or FNP, as well as their direct supervisor, to coordinate tenant’s care and ensure that the necessary medical and social supports are in place for each individual tenant.

Qualifications include:

  • Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution
  • Good skills in organization and ability to multi-task and remain calm
  • Experience working in social service setting; ability to be empathic and compassionate with clients combined within a framework of appropriate boundaries
  • Understanding of the needs of low income working people and people who are homeless
  • Strong people management and communication skills
  • Need to possess a valid and clean CA driver’s license
  • Knowledge of Ritter Center services, policies and procedures and community
  • Basic computer knowledge required, accuracy in data entry

Come help us make a difference.

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