Join Our Team

St. Petersburg Free Clinic is dedicated to treating our neighbors in need with dignity and respect. We are always looking for talented people to join our team who carry these same beliefs. Working at the Free Clinic gives you an opportunity to help change the lives of those in need in our community. St. Petersburg Free Clinic is a drug-free workplace & an equal opportunity employer.

As a St. Pete Free Clinic team member, you have the opportunity to make a significant impact in Pinellas County.

SPFC offers competitive compensation; health, dental, and vision insurance; short and long-term disability paid for by SPFC; 401K with dollar-for-dollar match; paid time off and holidays; and a local gym membership discount.

VACCINE REQUIREMENT
SPFC requires that all newly hired employees be vaccinated against COVID-19. If a potential candidate has a medical or religious exemption to receiving a vaccine, your work conditions may require adjustment. SPFC will make reasonable accommodations under Federal and State laws as needed.

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  • Responsiveness

    We come from a place of “yes” first.

    If we are unable to honor a request or solve a challenge a client, community partner, colleague or other constituent has brought to us, we redirect them to another resource.

    While we honor our individual, team, and organizational boundaries (related to bandwidth, capacity, time, staffing, mission focus, and other limitations), we share resources, work together, and remain solutions-oriented so that even if we cannot directly meet a need – whether for a colleague, client or other partner – we have found a way to be of service.

    We commit to engaging in healthy conflict resolution.

  • Integrity

    We commit to trust, transparency, and doing the right thing even when it is difficult.

    We make the choice to act with honesty and respect for clients and colleagues alike, raising each other up in every situation.

    We lead by example and hold ourselves and others accountable, accepting responsibility, and facing the consequences of ours and our teams’ actions.

  • Community

    We invest in each other because we win or lose as a team. Providing a quality experience to those we serve guides us in all our interactions.

    We improve processes, systems, teams, and the client experience.

    Actions and decisions are implemented only after making sure diverse voices have had a seat at the table and considering the upstream, downstream, internal and external impacts.

    We respect people for who they are, their individual experiences, what they contribute to our organization, and for their knowledge, skills and experiences as individuals and team members.

    We practice “connection before correction,” making sure we’ve invested in relationships first.

    We recognize commonalities and honor differences among our staff, volunteers, and clients.

  • Empathy

    We understand that we are not separate from those whom we serve: we are neighbors with differing experiences, many of us having experienced the challenges impacting our clients today.

    We value one another’s input and allow others to express themselves openly and respectfully.

    We assume positive intent in our interactions with one another.

    We commit to meeting others where they are, centering the Free Clinic’s stated mission of acting with “compassion and respect.”

  • Equity

    We commit to continuous individual and organizational learning about and actions to advance equity through 1) organizational policies and practices; 2) daily actions of advocacy; and 3) a mission focus that serves the immediate needs of our clients while considering the context that creates the conditions our clients are experiencing.

    We prioritize addressing social determinants of health through our programs, advancing health equity in our community.

    Our understanding of equity is ever-evolving. As an organization we commit to this evolving understanding guiding our current and future decisions.

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