Administrative/Program Assistant (San Francisco, CA)

To further the Mission and Vision of Catholic Charities SF. The Administrative/Program Assistant is responsible for supporting the Program Director, Program Manager and staff at TICDC as well as assisting parents and facilitating outside inquiries. The Administrative/Program Assistant is a key communicator with responsibilities integral to the daily operation of the Center and delivery of family support services.

After School Group Leader (San Rafael, CA)

Catholic Charities Canal Family Support's Kids Club is currently hiring part-time After School Group Leaders for the 2019-2020 school year. Kids Club offers after school and summer services to elementary-aged children at the Albert J. Boro Community Center located at Pickleweed Park.  We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to provide meaningful academic support and enrichment opportunities for children.  This is an excellent opportunity for individuals interested in pursuing careers involving teaching and/or working with children who would like to develop outstanding leadership skills and gain hands-on experience. 

After School Group Leaders are responsible for managing student work groups and for leading engaging academic, enrichment and recreational activities.  After School Group Leaders will provide organized opportunities for students to develop and strengthen their academic, physical and social skills while building positive relationships with all program participants.

Athletics Director (San Francisco, CA)

The Director of Athletics oversees school year and summer sports programs as well as our Physical Education programming in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties. The Director of Athletics plans and directs all aspects of the program. They are responsible, in accordance with regulations and philosophies of Catholic Charities Policies, for maintaining program and fiscal operations, overseeing and developing staff, and acting as a lead in resource and revenue development for the program.

CASE MANAGER II SF Home (San Francisco, CA)

The SF HOME Case Manager provides supportive and intensive case management services to homeless and low-income families in order to help them obtain and maintain permanent housing and stability. These services include housing search services, crisis intervention, collaboration with community services, and referrals as needed in regard to housing and job security. The SF HOME Case Manager conducts home visits and field visits in the community.

CYO Athletics Manager (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities CYO Athletics provides healthy growth and development opportunities for children through age-appropriate athletic competition, emphasizing leadership skill development, understanding team play, sharing the spotlight, displaying good sportsmanship, building healthy fitness habits and respecting teammates and opponents.

The Athletics Manager oversees and manages the administration of the CYO Athletic Program in San Francisco and San Mateo, under the supervision of the Division Director of CYO Family Services. The Athletics Manager insures that the program operates in accordance with the philosophy of CYO and the mission and core values of Catholic Charities CYO. The Athletics Manager will be responsible for hiring staff and/or gym management when necessary throughout each CYO season as well as overseeing, scheduling and assigning officials.

This position requires work on weekends during the CYO season as well as office hours.

Case Manager I (Community Organizer) (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities Housing Support Services "Case Manager I" will work with the hardest to serve families in the community of homelessness. The Case Manager will be responsible for core housing events, community organizing, social services, workshop leader, community recruiter, employment counseling, employment referrals/linkages, and Island food pantry coordination. The Community Organizer portion will work to assess the needs of individuals and community, by providing immediate services, activities, workshops. This position will work with families around self-sufficiency, and how to maintain independence and prevent future homelessness. Though the program, clients are provided case management, referrals to greater support [as needed] and counseling.

The Case Manager-Community Organizer, foremost is the case management role to build public relationships. Relationships based on the general needs of civic and community life. The main tool for building such relationships is a face-to-face conversation (often called a one-on-one). The purposes of one-on-ones are to build relationships and trust, discover self-interests, "life goals", greater income opportunities through employment, identify skills and talents, and move people to involvement and or self-sufficiency.

Case Manager III (Bi-Lingual Spanish/English) (San Francisco, CA)

The Case Manager/ Patient Navigator for the Rita da Casica/ Hazel Betsey Community serves as a primary intensive case manager for program families, assisting homeless families with multiple diagnoses to attain and maintain housing, medical, and social services for themselves and their children. The position also provides Patient Navigator coordination with primary care facilities, substance use programs, and therapeutic services through the Title IV Family Service Network collaborative. The Patient Navigator locates the lost to care clients and connects them back into medical care with coordinated case management services.

Children's Activities Program (CAP) Assistant (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities St. Joseph's Family Center is one of three emergency family housing facilities offering shelter to San Francisco families prior to transition into long-term or supportive housing.

Through Catholic Charities St. Joseph's Family Center program, families receive three to six months emergency shelter, three meals daily, on-site case management, counseling and crisis intervention. With assistance from staff, families are assessed and referred to relevant agencies. In addition, St. Joseph's offers money management and job search support, parenting workshops and activity programs geared to assist families in maintaining healthy relationships.

In collaboration with the Program Manager, the CAP Assistant organizes and provides daily activities for children based on their individual needs, respite time for parents, and assists families in developing successful parenting skills.

Clinical Care Coordinator/Therapist (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities WRAP around program provides comprehensive mental health services and support for vulnerable San Francisco youth and their families in their communities.WRAP clients are referred by social services or juvenile probation for youth in the process of stepping down from residential care into a family or family-like settings, or who still reside in community based family or family-like settings but could be at risk of needing out of home care. The Clinical Care Coordinator, as part of a larger clinical team that supports the youth and family, generally engages the youth and family in the home, school, or other community setting.

The Clinical Care Coordinator collaboratively establishes a plan of care and offers therapeutic activities, such as individual and family therapy, along with care coordination, which includes case management, linkage functions, and community support services. The ultimate goal of WRAParound services are helping clients achieve permanency in community based family or family-like settings and avoiding the need for higher, more restrictive levels of care.

Clinical Supervisor (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities San Francisco operates a Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP) in San Francisco that serves boys and girls age 13-18. This program encompasses two residential facilities, one oriented for boys, and another for girls, who are involved with the juvenile justice system and need mental health treatment and case management to help them and their family stabilize. A combination of therapeutic, educational, and recreational programs help address the multiple and diverse needs of each youth, the homes are staffed 24 hours a day.

This position, supervised by the Clinical Director, provides clinical oversight and training, staff support, and may provide clinical services to youth and families as needed. Working with the Program Director, the Clinical Supervisor ensures that all of the youth's treatment needs are met

Communications and Digital Specialist (San Francisco, CA)

The Communications Specialist will create engaging and effective digital content to promote Catholic Charities work across a wide range of digital communication platforms, including agency websites, blogs, social media, and email marketing. The Communications Specialist will work in collaboration with the Communications & Marketing Team to promote Catholic Charities work to internal and external audiences to increase agency brand awareness and visibility.

ECE Teacher (San Francisco, CA)

Treasure Island Child Development Center (TICDC) is a collaborative child-centered environment where everyone contributes and feels taken care of. Our community is a coming-together of families and teachers and staff members who express the quality and diversity of the Bay Area. Serving parents with children 3 months to 5 years of age, TICDC provides a secure and stimulating environment in a beautiful setting. Our enriched day program combines the best in early care and education with family support activities and effective resource and referral.

We're looking for Infant Teachers, Toddler Teachers and Floater Teachers. The Teacher position is responsible for providing developmentally appropriate care and education for the children, in cooperation with parents and to work as a team with the Treasure Island Development Center staff to implement the philosophy, the goals and objectives of the child care center. The Teacher position acts as a leader in assisting with the mentoring of substitute teachers, aides and interns.

Facilities Manager (Occidental, CA)

Catholic Charities CYO Camp and Retreat Center offers year-round residential camping adventures and Outdoor Education Programs to youth and reaches out to disadvantaged, low-income, at-risk youth from some of the Bay Area's most economically impacted and under served urban areas. Under the guidance of the Director of CYO Camp and the Director of Facilities for Catholic charities CYO, the Facility Manager will support, assist and supervise in all aspects of the daily health and safety related requirements of the CYO Camp Facilities, including but not limited to maintaining the buildings, grounds, and the day to day operations.

Group Counselor (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities St. Vincent's School for Boys provides high quality short term residential treatment and mental health services to up to 52 boys in four houses on our campus. The residents, aged 7-18, are referred from county agencies and in-patient psychiatric facilities throughout Northern California. A combination of therapeutic, educational, rehabilitation, family, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child. The boys live in four residential houses, which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the Catholic Charities St. Vincent's School for Boys campus in San Rafael.

HOUSING SUPPORT CASE MANAGER- CAL WORKS (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities SF HOME provides homeless and low-income families with ongoing monthly rental subsidies accompanied by intensive services in order to rapidly transition homeless families into housing and to prevent low-income families from becoming homeless.

The SF HOME Case Manager provides supportive and intensive case management services to homeless and low-income families in order to help them obtain and maintain permanent housing and stability. These services include housing search services, crisis intervention, collaboration with community services, and referrals as needed in regard to housing and job security. The Housing Support Case Manager conducts home visits and field visits in the community.

HPP Collaborative Coordinator (San Francisco, CA)

The Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP), a program of Catholic Charities, provides homelessness prevention assistance to families and singles in San Francisco to help them maintain or obtain permanent housing. HPP assists families in permanent housing who are in danger of eviction or who need help to move to a more sustainable rental situation. Service components provided include needs assessment, budget planning, landlord mediation, referrals to tenancy counseling and legal assistance, short-term case management, necessary referrals, and access to financial/rental assistance.

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Housing Problem Solver & Outreach Worker (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities Bayview Access Point directly supports homeless families in the city of San Francisco with the goal of effectively engaging, advocating, and stabilizing vulnerable and at-risk homeless families. The Housing Problem Solver & Outreach Worker is responsible for: triaging families that enter the Access Point, problem-solving with them through mediation, family reunification or relocation assistance, limited financial assistance, or helping to move families quickly into housing; conducting housing assessments which will assist in prioritizing chronically homeless families; assistance through outreach and referrals with the purpose of impacting greater housing retention and reducing vulnerability and utilization of emergency services; educating the community and providers about the eligibility and services available to homeless families.

IT Systems Analyst (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities is the social services arm of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Founded in 1907 to care for the orphans of the San Francisco earthquake, Catholic Charities is an independent non-profit organization. All financial contributions directly support Catholic Charities' programs in Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Sonoma Counties. Catholic Charities serves and advocates for the poor, the sick, the distressed, children, youth, families, immigrants and seniors, regardless of race, religion, color, sex, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other basis covered by local law.

The IT Systems Analyst role is to support and maintain Agency computer systems, mobile devices, and peripherals. That includes installing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining, and upgrading all hardware and software while ensuring optimal technology performance. The person will also troubleshoot problem areas (in person, by telephone, or via remote management tools) in a timely and accurate fashion, and provide end-user assistance where required. Analysis is required to perform problem determination, resolution and planning of projects for execution.

Immigration Staff Attorney (San Francisco, CA)

This experienced immigration attorney will provide robust direct representation to individuals and families in the SF Bay Area including removal defense, affirmative matters before the USCIS and other relevant agencies, and any other related appearances. This position serves clients from all over the Bay Area and will be based out of one of our San Francisco offices and/or San Mateo office.

Information and Referral Coordinator (San Francisco, CA)

The Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP), a program of Catholic Charities, provides homelessness prevention assistance to families and singles in San Francisco to help them maintain or obtain permanent housing. HPP assists families in permanent housing who are in danger of eviction or who need help to move to a more sustainable rental situation. Service components provided include needs assessment, budget planning, landlord mediation, referrals to tenancy counseling and legal assistance, short-term case management, necessary referrals, and access to financial/rental assistance.

The Intake and Information Referral Coordinator is the initial point of contact for HPP and other homelessness related programs at Catholic Charities. As such this position acts as a welcoming and knowledgable portal to accessing services. The Intake Coordinator listens and assesses each individual situation to determine the most appropriate services to stabilize the family or individual's housing situation. He/she makes appointments for HPP staff and coordinates referrals to other agencies. This position will work extensively with the community agencies which are collaborative partners with our program.

Program Activities Assistant (San Carlos, CA)

San Francisco & San Mateo County programs promote Aging-in-Place by offering a safe, therapeutic environment to prevent premature placement in a residential facility. Older adults who may be suffering from memory impairments and/or physical disabilities attend 2-5 days a week while their family caregivers receive supportive services and respite.

San Francisco & San Mateo County are licensed Adult Day Programs that are designed to enhance the participants' quality of life and increase their independence. Participants enjoy a safe, fun and stimulating environment while families are eased of their constant responsibility of providing care. Seniors and adults with disabilities benefit from the healthy meals and snacks, exercise options, socialization, mental and physical stimulation, personal care support and supervision, and recreation offered. Team members promote independence, enhancing the participants experience in the program and providing continuity of care for participants and primary caregivers.

Program/Activity Assistant will lead social, recreational and educational programs, and work as a team member to enhance the lives of the participants attending the program.

Program Activities Assistant (San Francisco, CA)

Our Aging Support Service programs function on the belief that seniors are more likely to thrive when they live among friends and family and participate in their own communities.

Catholic Charities' OMI Senior Center, assist seniors and disabled adults to maintain their independence by providing a program of activities, socialization, a hot meal, assistance and support in a safe and engaging environment to prevent isolation and institutionalization.

The OMI Senior Center help the consumer at every point in the spectrum of care, whether it is for outreach or resource information, they receive guidance and support.

The Program/Activities Assistant helps the Program Director oversee the daily operation of the center. Assists with being Liaison between the Center and all community groups, and other referral agencies and funding sources. Working in conjunction with the Program Director and the senior center team to assist with calendar development of activities and maintain monthly record keeping.

Program Coordinator (San Francisco, CA)

The Catholic Charities Bayview Access Point is the critical "front door" of the San Francisco Coordinated Entry Program/Homeless Response System, which connects families experiencing homelessness to available community resources (shelters or housing), based on a families living situation and vulnerability. The goal of Coordinated Entry is to make homelessness a rare, brief, and one-time occurrence.

The Program Coordinator oversees the daily program operations of the Mission Access Point in the absence of the Program Director. The Program Coordinator will work closely with the Housing Problem Solver/Outreach Workers in assisting homeless families with access to shelters, housing programs, referrals, homelessness diversion plans and more.

Residential Assistant (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities St. Joseph's Family Center is one of three emergency family housing facilities offering shelter to San Francisco families prior to transition into long-term or supportive housing.

Through Catholic Charities St. Joseph's Family Center program, families receive three to six months emergency shelter, three meals daily, on-site case management, counseling and crisis intervention. With assistance from staff, families are assessed and referred to relevant agencies. In addition, St. Joseph's offers money management and job search support, parenting workshops and activity programs geared to assist families in maintaining healthy relationships

The Residential Assistant monitors the comings and goings of residents and staff, directs telephone calls & visitors to the appropriate persons, ensures the safety of residents, and assists residents on an ongoing basis. The on-call position functions as needed to cover for regularly scheduled RAs.

Residential Counselor (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities San Francisco operate two short term residential therapeutic programs (STRTPs) in San Francisco, one for adjudicated teen boys, another for adjudicated teen girls, ages 13-18. The San Francisco Boys and Girls Homes' (SFBGH) are an alternative to incarceration and provide vulnerable youth a highly structured environment, staffed 24 hours a day, plus a host of mental health and rehabilitative services. The SFBGH Boys program serves pre- and post adjudicated teen boys ages 13-18.

STRTP Counselor III (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities San Francisco operate two short term residential therapeutic programs (STRTPs) in San Francisco, one for adjudicated teen boys, another for adjudicated teen girls, ages 13-18. The San Francisco Boys and Girls Homes' (SFBGH) are an alternative to incarceration and provide vulnerable youth a highly structured environment, staffed 24 hours a day, plus a host of mental health and rehabilitative services.

The SFBGH Girls program serves pre- and post adjudicated teen girls ages 13-18. This program is partially funded through a city grant from the Department of Children Youth and Families (DCYF) supporting the comprehensive staffing and services that these vulnerable girls receive, towards keeping the girls in their community and reinforcing their healthy connections and pro social behavior.

The STRTP Counselor position is integral to maintaining a caring and structured environment for these young and teenage girls. The STRTP Counselor is a member of a collaborative team that supports  and maintains a home like environment in which the girls, many of whom have experienced familial and/or environmental trauma, can feel safe and heard and develop more appropriate social skills. STRTP Counselors operate as caregivers, supporting their daily activities, transporting them to school, participating in meetings as indicated, preparing meals, and overseeing chores and regulating behavior for young and teenage girls who have been severely abused and/or neglected.

School Bus Driver (Daly City, CA)

CYO Transportation, a program of Catholic Charities CYO, provides school bus services to a variety of public, private, and parochial schools, as well as numerous youth-serving organizations.

Under the direction of the Operations Manager, the School Bus Driver will operate and maintain school buses to transport students safely and efficiently to an assigned location using a designated route; perform regular safety inspections; load, and unload luggage; prepare a variety of records and reports related to assigned activities.

School Bus Instructor (Daly City, CA)

Under the Direction of the Operations Manager, conducts school bus driver training classes.

Site Manager (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities Health Support Services Division provide case management and supportive services to HIV positive individuals and families who live in San Francisco. Leland House and Peter Claver Communities provide comprehensive on-site residential care (RCFCI) to San Francisco residents who have disabling HIV/AIDS, low income, homeless, with multiple diagnoses of major psychiatric disorders and substance use challenges.

The Support Services Manager for Leland House and Peter Claver Communities provides a variety of administrative and program operations support, maintains oversight of the facilities and monitors program operations, to provide comprehensive intakes with prospective clients, CARES and data support, Client Medical Escort and case management for health support service programs and comprehensive clinical case management in a licensed residential community, housing previously homeless people living with disabling HIV/AIDS and other medical and psychiatric issues. The Support Services Manager will assist homeless individuals with multiple diagnoses to maintain housing, medical, and social services.

Teacher Aide (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

Treasure Island Child Development Center (TICDC) is a collaborative child-centered environment where everyone contributes and feels taken care of. Our community is a coming-together of families and teachers and staff members who express the quality and diversity of the Bay Area. Serving parents with children 3 months to 5 years of age, TICDC provides a secure and stimulating environment in a beautiful setting. Our enriched day program combines the best in early care and education with family support activities and effective resource and referral.

To further the Mission and Vision of Catholic Charities SF. The Teacher Aide position is responsible for assisting the teaching staff in providing developmentally appropriate care and education for the children. The Teacher Aide will work in cooperation with parents and the Treasure Island Child Development staff to implement the philosophy, the goals, and objectives of the child care center. The Teacher Aide position acts as an aide to the Lead Teacher and Teacher and in assisting with the mentoring of substitutes and interns.

Teacher Floater (San Francisco, CA)

Supports teaching staff and assists in implementing activities that promote the social, physical, and intellectual growth of children. Responsible for the care, hygiene, learning, and developmental activities and redirection of children. Communicates directly with teaching staff. Maintains classroom cleanliness and orderliness. Hours of work and schedule are determined based on the needs of the Center.

Therapeutic Behavioral Services Therapist (San Francisco, CA)

St. Vincent's School for Boys serves boys in the child welfare system whose behaviors and family situations have kept them from achieving successful outcomes and permanency. The mission of St. Vincent's is to interrupt the multiple placements and serially disrupted attachments that characterize the lives of these children and youth. St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 40 boys, ages 6-18, who are referred from county agencies throughout Northern California. The boys live in a rural setting in four residential houses which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus. A combination of therapeutic, educational, equestrian, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child.

Therapeutic Behavioral Service (TBS) therapists provide intensive, one-to-one mental health services for a limited time in conjunction with specialty mental health services. The services are aimed at helping a client maintain a placement that is at risk or supporting a transition to another level of care. Therapists provide behaviorally based services, engage in treatment planning and documentation of services, and consult with the residential treatment team and other key members of the client's support team.

Therapist (San Francisco, CA)

The staff therapist is a member of the Mental Health Services Department and reports to the Director of Mental Health Services. The therapist is responsible for evaluation, assessment, therapy, and case management. In addition to the provision of individual, group and family therapy, the therapist is responsible for treatment planning and documentation.

Staff therapists typically work weekdays, primarily during business hours, but modifications are often made to accommodate youth/ families who need evening hours. Occasional Saturday or Sunday may arise, if the need for weekend scheduling of family therapy or outreach exists.

Youth and Clinical Division Director (San Rafael, CA)

Catholic Charities St Vincent's programming provides short term residential therapeutic programs (STRTP) that serve boys (ages 7-18) at the St. Vincent's campus located in Marin County, and in the San Francisco Boys and Girls residential homes (ages 12-18).

The primary role of the Youth and Clinical Division Director is to support the implementation of programming and practices that support best practices and delivery of services to children in licensed residential treatment care. Primary responsibilities are to provide direction and operational support of all contracts and contractors, grants, budgeting, and CQI department within Youth and Clinical Division Operations. The Division Director reports to the VP of Client Services for Catholic Charities. This position requires fiscal management with expertise in budgeting and operational experience. Leadership experience and education in business and non-profit management are required. The programs are currently located in two counties with over 100 employees and requires management of a budget of approximately $8 million dollars.

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