Employment

Current Job Listings

To apply for a position, please send your resume and cover letter to: resumes@ccab.org, and reference the job number. Applicants may undergo a criminal background check which may include fingerprinting. Catholic Charities and Affiliated Agencies are Equal Opportunity Employers committed to a diverse workforce.

CC5142
Counseling/Social Work
Recovery Specialist
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of the Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. We are looking for a Recovery Specialist in our Newton location. The Recovery Specialist will be responsible for providing 24-hour shift coverage, providing safety of families and overseeing the supervision of children. Candidate will also be responsible for completing documentation, incident reports, daily logs, and completion of daily chores, accompany and/or transport clients/children on trips outside of the program, participate in staff meetings, and be awake overnight during scheduled shift. This position will have varied hours depending on need, and candidate must be willing to work any day of the week, including weekends. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree, ability to work with substance abuse population, possess knowledge of mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis, knowledge of residential treatment preferred, and experience working with children, adolescents, and families. Must have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license, and be computer literate. We offer onsite parking, and are accessible by public transportation. Please send resume and cover letter to: resumes@ccab.org, and reference job #5142. No phone calls please. Please visit us at: www.ccab.org. We are an equal opportunity employer. 

CC5143
Counseling/Social Work
Family Care Clinician (Social Worker)
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of the Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area.  We are looking for a Family Child Care Clinician (Social Worker) for our Peabody and Lynn offices.  The Family Child Care Clinician will be responsible for providing individual play therapy and other counseling services to young children, meet with parents, interface with collaterals including DCF, case management functions, consult with home providers, Family Child Care staff, and attend all job-related meetings, both internal as well as in the community. Candidate will also be responsible for billing services to third parties, participating in legal proceedings when required, and preparing reports and maintaining records. Qualifications include a Master’s degree in Social Work and have a current LICSW or LMAC license from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, plus 3-5 years of supervised social work experience, preferably in child and family treatment, group work, and advocacy. Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus. We offer onsite parking, and are accessible by public transportation. Please send resume and cover letter to: resumes@ccab.org, and reference job #5143. No phone calls please. Please visit us at: www.ccab.org. We are an equal opportunity employer. 

CC5144
Administration
Contracts Coordinator
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. seeks a Contracts Coordinator to join its team of grant writing and research professionals in our South Boston office. Become part of a team that is responsible for agency-wide program development efforts that secures funding to support integral components of our mission. Responsibilities include coordinating the review, process and delivery of all contracts, agreements, applications, proposals, grants and licensing documents for Catholic Charities programs and services. Monitor documents and produce electronic reports as necessary for contracting, proposals and fiscal purposes. Conduct Internet research and produce reports as needed. Anticipate filing deadlines and support others with filing appropriate materials with time sensitive dates. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Social Services or a high school diploma with 3 years’ experience with 1-2 years of experience working in a contract-related position is required. Knowledge of contracting procedures, particularly as they relate to State Procurement of Services is necessary. Raiser’s Edge experience is preferred with strong organizational and administrative skills. Knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office Suite is required. Must be proficient in written and verbal communication skills and the competency to assist with the submission of proposals, licenses and reports is required. A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for periodic local travel to agency sites and other events is needed. Our office is located near public pay-to-park parking lots and is located close to public transportation. We offer an attractive benefits package and congenial work environment. Please send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org, and reference job #5144. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at www.ccab.org.

CC5155
Administration
Grant Writer/Researcher
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. seeks a Grant Writer/Researcher to join its team of grant writing and research professionals in our South Boston office. Become a part of a team that is responsible for agency-wide program development efforts that secures external support for ongoing programs including grants, reports, data analysis, research and contracts. Responsibilities include increasing and assisting in the development and processing of grant proposals for agency Community Service sites from federal, state and local governmental levels as well as from private and corporate foundations.  Initiate compliance of effective policies and procedures and feedback from Community Service and Division site staff.  Participate in research efforts of Department staff, including literature reviews, statistical information, program intervention validation, topical research and other types of research upon request. Participate in the implementation of special projects including the United Way application and other reports. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Sociology, English or related field with 2 years of grant writing experience is required. Master's degree preferred. Proficient written, communications, computer, Internet and research skills are required with an interest in human services, particularly in relation to anti-poverty issues. Keen attention to detail and troubleshooting skills with knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Raisers Edge software is necessary. A valid Massachusetts driver’s license and access to a vehicle for periodic local travel to agency sites and other events is needed. Our office is located near public pay-to-park parking lots, and is accessible to public transportation. We offer an attractive benefits package and congenial work environment. Please send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org, and reference job #5155.  No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at www.ccab.org. 

CC5158
Education
Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher
South Boston Early Childhood center seeks teachers!  Preschool Teacher, #5135; Preschool Lead Teacher, #5121; Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher, #5158. NAEYC accredited non-profit early childhood program (infants-pre-k) seeks infant/toddler and preschool teachers and an infant/toddler lead teacher. Our families and staff come from a wide variety of socioeconomic, linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Teachers at our center enjoy modern classrooms built for child care, supportive co-workers and administrators and the freedom to use their creativity to plan activities and routines that work best for the children in their care. Teacher positions require DEEC teacher certification, an AA degree or enrollment in a degree program. Teacher duties include supervision of and interacting with children, participating in classroom planning and assessments, and interacting with families. Lead teacher positions require DEEC Lead Teacher certification, minimum of an AA degree, and teaching experience. Lead Teachers are responsible for the overall classroom functioning as well as supervising teachers/assistant teachers. Salary is commensurate with experience. Positions include a comprehensive benefits package with paid vacation, personal and sick time, 403b retirement plan, commuter benefits, short term disability and much more. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume including salary interest to resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job # 5135, #5121, or #5158 in the subject line. No phone calls please.  We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at www.ccab.org.

CC5160
Education
Lead Teacher
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities Child Care located in Dorchester seeks a Teacher to join its team. Under the direction of the Lead Teacher the Teacher will participate in the planning and implementation of a safe, nurturing, developmentally-appropriate experience for the children of the program. Conduct on-going observation and assessment of children’s progress and provide guidance and behavior management in accordance with policies and procedures. Qualifications include being EEC teacher certified with a combination of proven education and experience in the following: A Bachelor’s degree in early childhood and 6 months of experience; a Bachelor’s degree in a related field with 2 early childhood courses and 1 year of experience; an Associates degree in early childhood and 1 year of experience; a CDA in early childhood and 2 years of experience; or a High School diploma with 3 courses in childhood and 3 years of experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite is required. We offer an attractive benefits package and congenial work environment. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume including salary interest to resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job # 5160 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at www.ccab.org.

CC5164
Administration
Regional Development Officer
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Regional Development Officer to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Central office. The Regional Development Officer will be responsible for the oversight of the fundraising operation for the Greater Boston (Yawkey) and South (Brockton) locations for Catholic Charities. Key responsibilities in this position include, but are not limited to; implementing an annual appeal for each site, identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of key prospects, individual donors and local businesses.  Assist in the planning of annual fundraising events, and volunteer management. Candidate will also be responsible for collaborating with the Director of Development, site directors, and the Annual Fund Manager to implement a direct mail annual appeal; securing and attending donor meetings for site directors; playing an active role with the development team’s leadership and major gift solicitation planning; meeting annual budgeted revenue goals; and conducting basic prospect research on individuals and corporations. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of five years of fundraising experience or equivalent is required. Candidate must have exceptional computer skills with Microsoft Office Suite, fundraising databases, and a familiarity with Raiser’s Edge is desired. A valid Massachusetts driver’s license and reliable transportation as needed for traveling between locations is required; and the ability to work periodic evenings and weekends in support of Catholic Charities special events. We offer an attractive benefits package and congenial work environment. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume including salary interest to resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5164 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at www.ccab.org.

CC5168
Human Services
Program Coordinator for Family Support Services
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Program Coordinator for Family Support Services to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Lynn office. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for the oversight of the combined operation of the Young Parent Services, Parent Aide, and Family Unification Programs; the supervision of the outreach, counseling, case management, and recordkeeping of the Family Support Specialists; as well as oversee the hiring, training, evaluation, and supervision of staff. This includes direct responsibility for the supervision of the Family Support staff and student interns. Candidate will also be responsible for overseeing the program budget, contract utilization, and performance outcomes; meet regularly with program employees and provide on-going performance feedback; and provide case management and counseling services with clients as needed. Qualifications include a Master’s degree in Social Work, a LICSW preferred with a minimum of five years of relevant program experience; prior experience working with adolescents, parents of all ages, and home-based counseling and case management services. Candidate must also have confident supervisory skills and a minimum of three years of experience supervising in a human service environment; hands on knowledge working with program budgets and contracts; and experience working with the Department of Children and Families programming, assessments, service planning, and case reviews. Must also be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, online recordkeeping, and experience with Gateway is a plus. A valid Massachusetts driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle and insurance coverage will be needed for local travel. Bilingual Spanish/English is a plus. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and offer on-site parking.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5168 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at www.ccab.org.

CC5169
Human Services
Case Manager
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Case Manager to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Newton office.  The Case Manager will be responsible for overseeing all case management aspects of the program for adult residents, which includes all advocacy and networking of services with appropriate agencies; participating in all Case and STEP reviews (treatment planning) and formulating a final copy for ongoing review and goal evaluation with clients; the oversight of all clients self-help network/support system and education of 12 STEPS; and complete all documentation, needed reports and correspondence. Candidate will also work with clients, facilitating their participation in treatment and increase their compliance with prescribed treatment plans; implementation of discharge and aftercare plans; personally accompany clients for specialized advocacy needs (i.e. court); and approve weekly resident passes and visits. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree, though a Master’s degree is preferred. Must demonstrate ability to work with adults and families as well as the community; possess knowledge of mental health, substance abuse and dual diagnosis; and be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5169 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at: www.ccab.org.

CC5170
Human Services
Outreach Case Manager
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Part-Time Outreach Case Manager to join our team of dedicated professionals in our South Boston office. The Outreach Case Manager will be responsible for providing outreach and support to residents of the Old Colony community with particular focus on relocated Phase II residents; will promote community organization, outreach, and collaboration with agencies and service providers in the broader Boston community to connect Old Colony residents to services in accord with the HOPE VI contract. Candidate will also be responsible for building relationships with residents to clarify individual needs, goals, and barriers to economic and housing self-sufficiency; maintain and update resident progress and information in the HOPE VI data base system, to include but not limited to, resident participation, follow through with referrals, job readiness, employment, education and childcare; attend staff meetings, trainings, collaborative meetings with other Phase II partners, and meetings and trainings as needed with other agencies and providers in the area. Will need to be available to residents at the Laboure Center, and provide in-home visits when required; local travel as needed; and availability to work periodic evening and weekend hours as needed. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field, a minimum of one year of experience in case management, community organization, youth outreach, and demonstrated success in connecting with adolescents. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, a valid Massachusetts driver’s license, access to a reliable vehicle, and be fluent in English and Spanish.  We offer a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org.  Please reference job #5170 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at: www.ccab.org.

CC5171
Education
Parent Partner
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Part-Time Parent Partner to join our team of dedicated professionals on our Childhood Literacy Project at the Joseph M. Tierney Center in South Boston. The Parent Partner will provide outreach and support to residents of the Old Colony community with children aged 0-5; facilitate in community organizing and assist the HOPE VI Early Childhood Services Coordinator in providing early childhood services to residents of Old Colony in accord with the HOPE VI contract. Candidate will outreach to residents who are pregnant, new parents, or parents with children aged 0-5 in accord with the outreach strategy; ensure the safety of participants by child-proofing programming areas, sanitizing toys and other play equipment, and enforcing security rules. Will also actively develop relationships with Old Colony residents to encourage attendance and retention to early childhood programming; develop and implement a weekly literacy activity with coaching from the Coordinator; and independently provide safe and nurturing childcare during Catholic Charities programming.  Candidate will need to attend staff meetings, trainings, collaborative meetings with HOPE VI partners, and other meetings as needed with service providers in the area; ability to work evening and weekend hour as needed; and attendance at external trainings and meetings as required.  Qualifications include a High School Diploma or GED, must be a parent living at Old Colony Housing Development, a minimum of 6 months of experience in community organizing and/or Early Childhood education; a valid Massachusetts identification card; and is bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking. We offer a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5171 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer.  Visit us at: www.ccab.org.

CC5172
Education
Infant Teacher
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks an Infant Teacher to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Jamaica Plain office. The Infant Teacher participates in the planning and implementation of a safe, nurturing, developmentally-appropriate program experience for the children in his/her care, and assessing children’s progress in all areas of development. Candidate will also document and communicate to the Lead Teacher or Assistant Director observed situations and behaviors of concern; follow health, safety and housekeeping procedures, and maintain an inviting classroom environment; participate in regular curriculum planning, implementation, reflection and evaluation; prepare progress reports and meeting with parents on a periodic basis; assure that the program meets the needs of the individual child, and is responsive to the cultural and socio-economical background of children and families. Must attend all required meetings and trainings, which may involve evening hours; meet EEC requirements for professional development hours completed each year, and enter them in the PQ Registry; have a plan for his/her own professional development (IPDP), staying current in the field by attendance at workshops and conferences, reading relevant literature, and/or taking courses leading to a certificate or degree. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, plus at least 6 months of experience, an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education, plus at least 1 year experience, a CDA in Early Childhood Education, plus 2 years experience, or a High School Diploma, plus 3 years experience; along with EEC Teacher certification. Must also have the physical, mental, and emotional ability to accomplish the job, including evacuating the building, with our without corrective devices and accommodations, including the ability to read and write, to hear the conversational voice, to speak and be understood, and the ability to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds in an emergency situation. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5172 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are an equal opportunity employer. Visit us at: www.ccab.org.

CC5175
Human Services
Case Manager
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Part-Time Case Manager to join our team of dedicated professionals in our South Boston office. The Case Manager is responsible for managing a caseload of vulnerable adult immigrants released from immigration detention as part of a pilot alternative to detention project. Candidate will be responsible for finding community health and social service resources including pro bono physical and mental health care, affordable housing and other supports required for daily living. Using the proven refugee resettlement model, adapt best practices to serve the immigrants in the program. Working with eligible immigrants to encourage and support employment. Participate in monthly conference calls with national office and other project sites. Collect required data and complete narrative reports. Will also be responsible for developing working knowledge of federal and state public benefit programs available for immigrants in various stages of legal status; establish networks of providers in the following areas: substance abuse and recover, pre or post release re-entry programs, acute physical and mental health services, LGBT support services and survivors of violence; identify and secure viable and affordable housing.  Develop and cultivate relationships with potential and current landlords to find housing and ensure housing meets local and state standards; prepare apartments for immigrants that may or may not have a legal permanent resident status that allows for publically sponsored safety net programs; complete intake and conduct comprehensive orientation for new program enrollees; secure interpreters through CCAB Community Interpreter Service to facilitate communication with client or, provide interpretation if fluent in language of clients; and attend internal and external meetings and trainings as required. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in Social Work, Intercultural Relations, Anthropology, or other related field; two years of more of experience working with vulnerable populations in one or more of the following areas: pre/post release offenders, victims of domestic violence, crime or human trafficking, substance abuse treatment, and chronic homeless; knowledge of public policies and social benefit programs for immigrants and refugees and the effect of such policies on immigrants; proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, e-learning and webinars; must be reliable, professional, patient and able to produce results with minimal supervision.  Fluency in written and spoken English is required, and fluency in Spanish, Haitian Creole, or Arabic is helpful. Must be able to work days, evenings, weekends, and overnights; must have valid Massachusetts driver’s license, insurance coverage, and own vehicle preferred; and the ability and interest to travel throughout the Commonwealth. We offer a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5175 in the subject line.  

CC5177
Human Services
Part-Time Driver
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Part-Time Driver to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Peabody office. The Driver is responsible to drive the agency vehicle(s) to transport agency children, as assigned, which may include field trips throughout the year. The Driver maintains the vehicle according to agency, state, and federal regulations; and is responsible for the safety of the children while getting on and off and riding in the assigned vehicle. Candidate will also be responsible for completing annual EEC driver safety training, and maintain safety training documentation in the PQ Registry, as required by EEC; and will need to talk and interact appropriately with children, parents, family child care providers, and Agency staff. Must possess the physical, mental, and emotional ability to accomplish the job, including assisting in evacuating the van, or building if necessary, with our without corrective devices and accommodations, including the ability to read and write, to hear the conversational voice, to speak and be understood, and to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds. Qualifications include a Massachusetts 7-D driver license; a safe driving record; the ability to communicate with children, parents, staff, and home providers; and other certificates as required (CORI, health, etc.). We offer a congenial work environment, and on-site parking.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5177 in the subject line.  

CC5178
Human Services
Family & Youth Support Services Program Coordinator
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Family & Youth Support Services Program Coordinator to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Dorchester office. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for serving the social services and support needs of the Teen Center members and their families, as well as supporting the Teen Center staff in meeting those needs, by ensuring that all program staff receive supervision in accordance with approved guidelines; develop and provide case management, crisis intervention, and appropriate referrals for member teens and their families; participate in community initiatives and represent the program in the community; mentor individual youth, monitor youth behavior, and model positive behavior. Will also participate in the training of own staff and in region and agency-wide training; provide home, school, and court visits as needed; make appropriate concrete referrals to educational, medical, and mental health programs; participate in legal proceedings when warranted; prepare, submit, and enter on the computer (using ETO software) regular statistical reports; continue professional training, including in-service training; and develop and maintain positive relationships with other community providers.  Qualifications include a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or relevant field, with 5 year’s of experience in adolescent services. Must be skilled  in a wide variety of conflict resolution and mediation techniques; experience working with community resources and familiarity with community being serviced; and must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively within the community. Must have demonstrated experience and ability in working with immigrant families, adults, and adolescents; ability to be self-directed and organized; work well with others, and must be fluent in Cape Verdean Creole. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5178 in the subject line.

CC5179
Administration
PC Technician
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a PC Technician to join our team of dedicated professionals in our South Boston office. The PC Technician will be responsible for supporting and maintaining the data facilities (personal computers, servers, networks, etc.) for CCAB Central and satellite locations; perform diagnostic testing to troubleshoot problems, replace defective components, or coordinates repairs with outside vendors; insure that software upgrades are performed in a timely manner for agency PC’s and servers; administers the local (LAN) and wide-area networks (WAN) to ensure network availability and network security; create and maintain associated documentation to reflect current and projected network procedure; assist in application support for agency-related software; and responds to user reports of desktop or server problems, resolves issues, and records corrective action taken. Candidate will also be responsible for maintaining adequate inventory of spare parts as directed by supervisor; order equipment or supplies as needed; coordinate with outside contractors or provide technical direction as needed; must be able to work in confined spaces, able to climb a stepladder; and able to lift materials weighing up to 60 pounds. Must also be willing to travel to satellite locations or programs as needed; will necessitate the use of a Zipcar or personally-owned vehicle, must have a cleaning driving record that will permit a Zipcar membership; may be required to work overtime, work different shifts or work weekends as needed.  Qualifications include a High School diploma; 3-5 years of experience as a computer or network technician; knowledge of data systems (personal computers, servers, routers, switches, printers, etc.); experience with Microsoft products (Exchange, Work, Excel), and a valid Massachusetts drivers license. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5179 in the subject line. 

CC5180
Human Services
Cook
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Cook to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Lynn Child Care office. The Cook is responsible for preparing all children’s meals, and maintains the kitchen in accordance with all applicable regulations.  Candidate will also be responsible for following the approved weekly menu and to post it in appropriate areas; participate in the preparation of the menus; ordering food supplies; maintaining a food inventory and other records; accepting food deliveries and verifying orders received; storing all food items as they are received; attend Serv-Safe training and follow Serv-Safe guidelines for safe food handling; and responsible for maintaining a safe and sanitary environment at all times. Qualifications include prior food service experience, certificates as required by regulation, ability to work independently; physical, mental and emotional ability to accomplish the job, including assisting in evacuating the building in the event of an emergency, with or without corrective devices and accommodations, including the ability to read and write, to hear the conversational voice, to speak and be understood, and to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5180 in the subject line.

CC5181
Administration
Human Resources Representative
Catholic Charities seeks a Human Resource Representative to join its team. The Human Resource Representative will serve as the point of contact for all employees to assist with questions regarding our ADP self service system. The Human Resource Representative will oversee data entry for hiring and change information and ensure I9 and policy sign off compliance while making certain that all personnel and related file information is up to date for file requests, regulation and audits. Conduct new employee orientation and trainings and research and process unemployment claims. Process and interpret CORI and SORI for all employees. Administer the complete cycle of recruitment advertising including writing job advertisements, posting to various locations and maintaining our internal and external employment and internship postings. Support the Human Resource Director with employee relation matters. Experience with ADP Workforce Now, report writing skills and analyzing data flows for process improvement is required. Proficient analytical skills and attention to detail and the ability to work independently and as a member of a team is essential. The capability to adjust to multiple tasks and demands while shifting priorities under tight deadlines and time constraints is needed. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field, or an Associates degree with proven related experience is required. Prior experience working as a Benefits or Human Resource Coordinator and employee relation skills is needed. Proficiency in writing, editing, communication and Microsoft Office Suite and Excel including experience working with data entry systems is essential. A valid driver’s license and reliable car is necessary for periodic local travel. We offer an attractive benefits package, congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Please send resume and cover letter including salary interest to: resumes@ccab.org, and please reference job # 5181.

CC5182
Human Services
Provider Coordinator
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Provider Coordinator to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Somerville office. The Provider Coordinator is principally responsible to manage and coordinate all activities relating to family child care providers contracted or employed by the Family Child Care System. Will be responsible for monitoring family child care homes for compliance with licensing regulations, contract obligations, and CACFP requirements; assessing the quality of services provided in each home for adherence to contractual obligations; recruiting new providers and complete home studies, as well as all paperwork and record-keeping required by regulatory agencies; working with family child care providers to develop and implement appropriate behavior management techniques and other activities to support individual children’s service plans and goals; and facilitate substitute child placements when necessary, which may require working from home.  Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Early Childhood Education, or related field; three year’s of supervised experience in Social Work, Early Childhood Education, or other related work; your own vehicle and a valid Massachusetts driver’s license; must possess basic computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5182 in the subject line.

CC5184
Education
Youth Worker
The Catholic Charitable Bureau of The Archdiocese of Boston, Inc. founded in 1903 remains among the largest and well-respected social service agencies throughout the Greater Boston area. Catholic Charities seeks a Youth Worker to join our team of dedicated professionals in our Dorchester office. The Youth Worker will provide outreach to community youth, activity and group supervision of Teen Center activities, tutoring and tracking of members’ academic performance; create and supervise academic and assigned youth activities at the Teen Center; engage and work with the Teen Center volunteers; provide and mange tutoring assistance; act as a role model/advisor for youth enrolled in programs; engage teens in community service projects, participate in and help organize youth activities, including field trips and Field Day; run focus groups; ensure program safety and quality; ensuring client safety; supervise and monitor the behavior of all participants in relevant programming, and provide clients transportation as needed. Will be responsible for submitting weekly reports and monthly reports on classroom progress and upcoming activities in a timely manner; participating in relevant trainings and increase own awareness of youth development best practices; will be trained in, and able to implement, crisis de-escalation techniques; participate in regional and agency-wide trainings; and attend weekly supervision and staff meetings. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree, experience working with the adolescent population, understand and be capable of maintaining appropriate professional boundaries; have linguistic capacity to work with identified population; and have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5184 in the subject line.  

CC5187
Counseling/Social Work
Clinical Director
Catholic Charities Genesis II Program in Newton seeks a Clinical Director to join our team. The Clinical Director will oversee the clinical services at Genesis II and will provide direct services to the adult residents. Will be responsible for all clinical services and provide direct supervision to the family therapist, case manager and child services coordinator; assure treatment is meeting best practice standards; participate actively in all team meetings, house meetings, and DPH meetings when required; assure compliance with regulations and payor requirements; complete all diagnostic assessments for adult residents; provide clinical training to own staff and participate in region-wide training programs; develop and maintain relationships with community providers; and complete own clinical and MIS documentation in a timely manner and assure proper and timely completion of clinical and MIS documentation by staff. Qualifications include Clinician I status under BSAS guidelines. First level license preferred. A Master’s degree in Social Work or related field; MSRN must have course work and experience in dual diagnosis psychiatric nursing; and must have a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience in behavioral health services including both health and substance abuse treatment environments. Must also have proven knowledge and exposure working with individuals who experience mental health issues and substance abuse through the practice of education, training, and work experience; experience with Crisis Intervention, CPR and first aid; proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; and a valid Massachusetts driver’s license for local travel with use of the agency vehicle. We offer an attractive benefits package, a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org.  Please reference job #5187 in the subject line. No phone calls please. We are equal opportunity employer. Visit us at: www.ccab.org.

CC5190
Counseling/Social Work
Social Work Counselor
Catholic Charities Laboure Center in South Boston is looking for a Part-Time Social Work Counselor. The Social Work Counselor will be responsible for providing outreach counseling and case management services to individuals, families and groups who are in families that are impacted by addiction and recovery. Under weekly administrative and clinical supervision, render professional services and assume casework responsibilities for individuals, families and groups. Will also be responsible for conducting individual psychosocial assessments; provide treatment planning, ongoing treatment, outreach and support services to individuals, couples and families. These services may be performed in an office, at a client’s home, or at other locations such as schools or other community settings as appropriate to the circumstance. Will also participate in legal proceedings as required; prepare reports and maintain records; prepare and submit monthly reports showing client and collateral contact hours; cover case load for colleagues when needed; attend internal and external meetings and trainings as required; and may require some evening work. Qualifications include a Master’s degree in Social Work with a minimum of LCSW or anticipated LICSW within one year of employment or mental health counseling from an accredited school. A minimum of 2 years of relevant individual and group counseling and case management experience in a related social service field; experience working with adolescents, adults, children and families; possess knowledge of substance abuse and dual diagnosis; and knowledge of a wide variety of treatment techniques. Must also be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and Excel; a valid Massachusetts driver’s license and reliable vehicle for transporting clients as needed and for other local work-related travel; and the ability to sit and stand for up to five hours at a time. We offer a congenial work environment, and on-site parking. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: resumes@ccab.org. Please reference job #5190 in the subject line.

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