Careers

El Buen staff
Why Join Us?

Do you want your work to have a positive impact on your community?

Apply to be a part of a unique place that offers an array of programs and services for the community. Our employees take great pride and bring passion to their work that has over the years, fostered trust among our community and regarded as a safe environment to learn, access healthcare and other services.

 

People who love what they do.

Our staff motto is, “People who love what they do.” Our work is challenging, but meaningful—motivating staff day in and day out. Employees, volunteers and other stakeholders share a strong work ethic and compassion for the individuals we serve.

El Buen values the talents and abilities of its employees and fosters an open, cooperative and dynamic environment in which employees and the organization alike can thrive. We currently employ more than 73 individuals who represent our vibrant community.

But don’t take our word for it, here’s what some of our employees have to say:


“Something I truly enjoy about my job is that my input, opinion and suggestions matter. I tell and continue to tell my family and friends that El Buen recognizes talent and encourages growth from within. A lot of companies and organizations say it but El Buen lives it!”
– Lillian Acosta, Executive Assistant

“Working at El Buen the past 14 years has been an honor, it has given me the opportunity to serve my community and make long lasting friendships.”
– Rosa Carroll, Basic Needs Coordinator

“El Buen is my second family. I feel very blessed to work here and to help my community.”
– Irma Depaz, Front Office Coordinator


“This has been and continues to be an amazing experience. I truly have found an exceptional work family that cares for the well-being of each other and the people we serve!”
– Jose Miranda, Behavioral Health Specialist (PsyD)


“The main reason why I love working at El Buen is that I love helping people,
and I get the opportunity to do it every day! This is the most rewarding job I have ever had.”
– Juan Rosa, Community Health Worker (Promotor)