Become Part of Our Team

Catholic Charities strives to provide a dynamic and engaging workplace in which employees uphold the agency’s mission to provide help and create hope. We work together to make a positive difference in the lives of those we serve through the dedication, professionalism, and commitment of our employees.

Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.

Employment


To apply for any position with Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster:

Fax your resume and cover letter indicating position of interest to (845) 791-1716
Email your resume and cover letter indicating position of interest to CCCSOC@cccsos.org

 

Current Openings


For specific career-related questions, please contact
Rosetta McNeal, Associate Director of Human Resources at
845.794.8080 ext. 118 or Rosetta.McNeal@cccsos.org.

Chemical Dependency/Mental Health Clinician Full Time Description

Licensed Clinical Social Worker is needed to provide clinical services with a co-occurring population.  He or she is responsible for managing and assisting in all aspects of clinical work including:  intake and assessments, individual, group and family counseling.  Must adhere to all regulatory requirements and be committed to high quality care, clinical supervision, and documentation requirements.  LCSW preferred, LMSW will be considered with experience.  Monday-Friday with evening hours.  Full-time (35 hours) and part-time hours available.

LCSW or LMSW experience in the field of addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Bilingual a plus!

Resource Exchange Coordinator Part Time Description

Catholic Charities seeks caring, organized individual for Resource Exchange Coordinator

This part-time position will be responsible for Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster’s Resource Exchange which serves as part of the agency’s social safety net of programs to help individuals and families improve their quality of life. The Coordinator is responsible for the logistics coordination related to the pick-up, delivery, and distribution of donations of gently-used furniture, household items, and necessities of life, including hygiene items, food, and clothing. The Coordinator, in conjunction with the Case Management staff, also coordinates Christmas Adopt-a-Family and Giving Tree programs, as well as Back-to-School supply drives and drives organized by community partners, such as baby showers, winter coats, and food drives, including the bi-annual Stuff-the-Bus partnership. Some evening and weekend hours required. High school diploma or equivalent required. Other position requirements include ability to demonstrate empathy and compassion while working with vulnerable clients, some experience with public speaking and writing in an employment setting, ability to work as part of a team, clean driver’s license, access to a reliable vehicle, and ability to pass necessary background check.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to rosetta.mcneal@cccsos.org or fax to 845.791.1716

Bilingual Receptionist/Case Assistant - Kingston Office Full Time Description

The Bilingual Receptionist/Case Assistant is an integral part of the Catholic Charities Case Management team.
This individual will provide compassionate assistance to the underserved at the Catholic Charities office in Kingston through reception coverage; including information, referral and follow up for clients, as needed. This position is also responsible for clerical support for the Kingston office.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Answers telephone, greets visitors, and directs inquiries to the appropriate person. Provides information and referral to clients and documents these interactions in the Outcomes database. Assists with gathering statistics and preparing reports related to Case Management, Immigration, Food Pantry, etc. Assists with calendaring for staff and space within the center. Responsible for ordering supplies. Processes paperwork for paying invoices. Handles all duplication and collating functions. Maintains filing system. Occasional evening and weekend work assignments. Prepares material and set-up for meetings as assigned. Other duties as assigned.

Working conditions and physical demands:
The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
– Remain stationary at a work station and use a computer. Ability to operate standard office equipment i.e.  copier, fax, scanner, postage machine and printer. Ability to make and respond to phone calls. Ability to file documents in cabinets. Ability to work with the public.

High School Graduate or GED with prior office experience, required.

Bilingual English/Spanish, required.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and telephone skills. Willingness to work in a team. Proficiency with MS Office suite, especially Excel and Outlook.

To apply: Please forward resume and cover letter, indicating position of interest, to Human Resources at CCCSOC@cccsos.org or Fax to (845) 791-1716

Community and Parish Relations Coordinator (position located in Goshen) Part Time Description

The Community and Parish Relations Coordinator is responsible for collaborating with parish leadership and staff by planning, developing and coordinating community outreach work in Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties, in order to promote and seek support of the Agency’s mission and programs. The Coordinator will also seek input from parish and community members to ensure that Catholic Charities is providing the appropriate programs to meet the needs in the communities being served. As part of the Agency’s Office of Advancement, the Coordinator will work closely with the Chief Advancement Officer to support special events, fundraising, and other outreach activities that promote awareness of Catholic Charities in parishes and the community at large.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Serves as liaison and resource to parishes and their affiliated organizations including Catholic Schools, parish ministry programs, catechetical leaders, CYO, Catholic Daughters, Knights of Columbus, St. Vincent de Paul Societies and other entities to broker referrals for services and to promote cooperation and joint programs where appropriate in three county service area.
  2. Supports the Chief Advancement Officer and the Advancement Office in community and parish outreach activities, including Agency’s four primary special events each year and other outreach events as they arise.
  3. Promotes utilization of Agency programs and attendance/involvement in Agency events.
  4. Convenes, plans, and implements learning opportunities for parish and community volunteers to learn about the work of the Agency and those served by it. Provides communications support, including fliers, press releases, and social media, to promote such activities.
  5. Develops and sustains volunteers and volunteer opportunities. Maintains database and provides regular communications that sustain these relationships including mailings, parish bulletin announcements and newsletters.
  6. Represents Agency and its programs to various outside public and private groups to enhance awareness and support.

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work:
This is a part-time position, 20 hours per week. Schedule to be determined based on current needs of Advancement Office related to events and parish schedules. Some evening and weekend hours will be required to meet special events and deadlines.

Working conditions and physical demands required:
The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
– Active in position approximately 60% of the time. Computer usage and stationary approximately 40% of the time. Operate computer, telephone and other office productivity equipment, such as copier, and printer. Contact with public regarding charitable donations, Travel at least 50% of the time using reliable transportation, traversing streets, ascending/descending stairs, and exposed to outside weather. HS Diploma or Equivalency

REQUIREMENTS – Bachelor’s degree in public relations, marketing, business, organizational communications, event planning preferred. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

SKILLS – Strong public speaking, writing, and presentation skills. Ability to work as part of a team. Strong computer skills, including MS Office Suite and social media. Strong organizational skills. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple responsibilities

CCCSOS is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.