Catholic Charities is always looking for talented people to join us. Click Description and Qualifications for complete details on each position.


Director of Philanthropy

In partnership with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities, the Director of Philanthropy is responsible for the overall leadership, management and operations of the Office of Philanthropy – including Marketing, Development, Volunteers and Parish & Community Engagement – consistent with the Catholic Charities mission and policies adopted by the Board of Directors and the Executive Director’s vision and priorities.

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Grants Writing & Brand Manager

In partnership with the Director of Philanthropy, Grants Writing & Brand Manager manages the writing and submission of grants for new or existing programs. Brand Manager is responsible for all content and materials including physical and electronic that affects the agency’s Brand.

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Community Engagement & Volunteer Services Manager

In partnership with the Director of Programs, Community Engagement and Volunteer Services Manager oversees progressive program for community engagement and volunteer service for agency programs and administration that is flexible and able to change with the needs of the agency.

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On Call Bilingual Interpreters - Creole

Provides interpretation to assist refugee clients to communicate effectively across languages and cultures to access medical, social and employment services.

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Part-Time Thrift Store
Donations Stockperson

The Thrift Store Donations Stockperson assists with the daily duties of Thrift Store maintenance and donation intake.

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Service Coordinator
Bilingual English/Vietnamese

The Service Coordinator’s role is to assist 100 to 250 residents to remain independent, socially engaged, and healthy.  Residents include elderly and non-elderly people with disabilities which may include cognitive impairments such as mental illness, depression, Alzheimer’s and dementia.  To this aim, the Service Coordinator role includes linking residents’ needs to appropriate supportive services; creating opportunities for social interaction; and scheduling informative presentations.  Note: The resident’s overall participation and cooperation is voluntary, therefore, building rapport and trust is essential.  Service Coordinators become members of the American Association of Service Coordinators.

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