Careers at Catholic Charities

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To apply for a current opening listed below, send a resume and cover letter to the contact information listed at the end of each posting. If a resume and/or cover letter is not readily available, feel free to download and fill out an Application. Or, pick up an application form at the Catholic Charities Administration Center at 1200 Second Ave. South in downtown Minneapolis.

Please note, an individual is considered an applicant only when a completed Catholic Charities application has been received.


  • If you have applied by mail, you shall be receiving a postcard via US Postal mail. This postcard notifies you that the Human Resources Department has received your application and/or resume. If you are chosen for an interview, you will be contacted. Please do not call or send emails asking about your application materials. If you have not already done so, please fill out the Applicant Self Report Form and return to us.
  • If you have applied by email, you shall receive an auto-response email. This email notifies you that the Human Resources Department has received your application and/or resume and directs you to where you can fill out the Applicant Self Report Form electronically. If you are chosen for an interview, you will be contacted. Please do not call or send additional emails asking about your application materials.
Join the team at Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis - voted the Best Charity in 2011 by City Pages and honored by the Charities Review Council for meeting the Council’s strict accountability standards.

The mission of Catholic Charities is to serve those most in need. Catholic Charities strengthens families and works to end poverty and homelessness in the Twin Cities. With programs for children, families and adults most in need, Catholic Charities annually helps more than 35,000 people, regardless of faith.

We are looking for dynamic, talented and experienced professionals who are seeking work in a rewarding and fast-paced environment. If you have a passion for working on behalf of those most in need in the Twin Cities and you meet the duties and qualifications stated below we want to hear from you. Excellent benefits.

Current Openings:

Please specify the Position Title, schedule (full time, part time, on call) and the desired location when applying. If applying via email, please specify in the subject line the position title/location.


Administrative Assistant - FT

Human Resources
Catholic Charities Administration Center
$12.00 to $14.50 Starting Hourly Rate

Summary:
  • Support staff in execution of administrative, communication and reporting needs.
  • Reception and delivery of clients, guests, telecommunications and material deliveries.
  • Execute information management systems.
  • Gather, maintain and share knowledge: technical, organization and community resources.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Works with confidential information.
  • Performs clerical duties such as data entry, filing, scheduling and opening mail.

Minimun Qualifications:
  • High School Degree or equivalent. Associate’s Degree, or equivalent business certification preferred.
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience. 
  • Knowledge and ability to perform standardized business office practices. 
  • Strong organizational and customer service skills. 
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, homeless populations, and/or economic backgrounds.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
1200 2nd Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Email: admin.resumes@cctwincities.org

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CLIENT ADVOCATES – On Call

St. Anthony Residence
Varying shifts, including evenings and/or overnights
$12.00 to $14.45 starting hourly rate

Summary:
  • Be vigilant of the facilities safety and security.
  • Oversee volunteers and clients.
  • Provide high quality customer service to all persons by completing all applicable client requests.
  • Conduct all services in a confidential manner, recording pertinent data and assessing for appropriate referrals and appointments.
  • Inform new residents of all rules and policies to establish client expectation within the program.
  • Maintain a level of knowledge about past and current residents to better serve their needs.
  • Respond to and submit incident reports for all instances of chemical abuse, theft, threats and violations of program rules.
  • Use conflict resolution and de-escalation skills to defuse crisis situations.
  • Facilitate social skills and empowerment principles with residents in a group or on an individual basis to promote client growth.
  • Serve as a Mandated Reporter.
  • Provide appropriate intervention relating to disputes among residents.
  • Complete regular rounds checking all exits, fire doors, and safety equipment, as well as monitoring residents’ activities in common areas to ensure safety and security.
  • Must be able to monitor and respond to emergencies including fire, severe weather, first aid, CPR, etc.
  • Notify proper staff of any maintenance concerns and/or safety issues that could negatively impact client service delivery.
  • Participate as an active team member and attend all scheduled staff meetings, one on one supervisory meetings and in-service training sessions.
  • Ensure clean up of work areas at the end of each shift, restocking supplies when necessary.
  • Assist residents with hygiene, activities of daily living, and money management. Assist with meal serving and clean up.
  • Administer breathalyzers.
  • Engage in informal socialization with guests. Responsible for creating computer journal entries for any site that you are staffing to provide the agency with a recorded history about the people we serve, guest concerns, client success stories, or any other information to share with other employees.
  • May assist Housing/Residential staff as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High school graduate or equivalent.
  • Minimum of (2) two years experience with culturally diverse populations who are experiencing serious life challenges and are in need of assistance. Chemical dependency work experience preferred.
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check in order to work with vulnerable adults per Minnesota State Law.
  • Working knowledge of computers and ability to read and write.
  • Ability to work effectively in an independent manner as well as with a team.
  • Ability to handle difficult situations in a sensitive and caring manner.
  • Experience with people of culturally diverse backgrounds.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR/First Aid training and eligibility for certification testing

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis
1200 2nd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55403
housing.resumes@cctwincities.org

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CRISIS COUNSELOR – FT (After Hours)

1 FT OVERNIGHT Position Monday thru Friday 11:55 PM-8 AM
$12.85 to $15.45 per hour

Summary:
  • Call Center providing reporting support and crisis intervention for Child Protection, Common Entry Point, and Adult/Child/Family Mental Health crisis programs outside of regular business hours.
  • We offer a quarterly overnight bonus, four weeks of paid time off the first year for fulltime, and 11 paid holidays.
  • Utilizing the upmost customer service skills AHC obtains caller information, triaging caller’s situation to the appropriate department.
  • Utilizing crisis de-escalation techniques, and cognitive behavioral interventions staff will determine the specific needs and referrals needed for caller, and route caller’s needs to specific Hennepin County department.
  • After Hours crisis counselors provide appropriate interventions, while assessing danger to self/danger to others, or any possible imminent danger to vulnerable adults and children. Communicate clearly with crisis responders such at 911 operators or Police Officers.
  • Depending on the specific protocol After Hour crisis counselors then provide appropriate interventions, while assessing caller for any safety concerns. Supports and advocates on behalf of client in the procurement of services and benefits entitlement.
  • Makes referrals to and coordinates appropriate community resources for client.
  • Maintains complete case documentation and records, as required by Catholic Charities, the funders, or licensure/regulatory bodies.
  • Adheres to all Catholic Charities policies and procedures related to the care of clients, and is aware of and responds to client circumstances that put the client in any type of danger or risk for abuse.
  • Participates in the education of the community, volunteers, service providers, and other interested parties with respect to client services and programs.
  • Coordinates with the Program Manager on all aspects of client care, and seeks appropriate guidance and feedback from other team members.
  • Represent Catholic Charities at community meetings, task forces, etc. as requested by the Program Manager.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services.
  • Social work background preferred with three years experience working with individuals and/or families in crisis.
  • Strong investigative questioning skills and ability to write detailed, concise and professional documentation required.
  • Natural empathic attitude and good telephone skills necessary.
  • Experience in individual, family, group counseling, and Child protection/Adult protection experience preferred.
  • Experience working with clients that may have complex psychosocial concerns including mental health issues, unstable housing, unemployment, lack of medical insurance, dysfunctional relationships, and legal concerns.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with clear driving record.
  • Must be able to work weekends and rotating holidays.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
(Position located in South Minneapolis)
1276 W. University Ave St. Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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CRISIS COUNSELOR - On Call

On-call- Various Hours Evenings, Weekends, Holidays
$12.85 to $15.45 per hour

Summary:
We offer a quarterly overnight bonus, four weeks of paid time off the first year for fulltime, and 11 paid holidays.
  • Call Center providing reporting support and crisis intervention for Child Protection, Common Entry Point, and Adult/Child/Family Mental Health crisis programs outside of regular business hours.
  • Utilizing the upmost customer service skills AHC obtains caller information, triaging caller’s situation to the appropriate department.
  • Utilizing crisis de-escalation techniques, and cognitive behavioral interventions staff will determine the specific needs and referrals needed for caller, and route caller’s needs to specific Hennepin County department.
  • After Hours crisis counselors provide appropriate interventions, while assessing danger to self/danger to others, or any possible imminent danger to vulnerable adults and children. Communicate clearly with crisis responders such at 911 operators or Police Officers.
  • Depending on the specific protocol After Hour crisis counselors then provide appropriate interventions, while assessing caller for any safety concerns. Supports and advocates on behalf of client in the procurement of services and benefits entitlement. Makes referrals to and coordinates appropriate community resources for client. Maintains complete case documentation and records, as required by Catholic Charities, the funders, or licensure/regulatory bodies.
  • Adheres to all Catholic Charities policies and procedures related to the care of clients, and is aware of and responds to client circumstances that put the client in any type of danger or risk for abuse.
  • Participates in the education of the community, volunteers, service
  • providers, and other interested parties with respect to client services and programs. Coordinates with the Program Manager on all aspects of client care, and seeks appropriate guidance and feedback from other team members.
  • Represent Catholic Charities at community meetings, task forces, etc. as requested by the Program Manager.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services.
  • Social work background preferred with three years experience working with individuals and/or families in crisis.
  • Experience in individual, family, group counseling, and Child protection/Adult protection experience preferred.
  • Experience working with clients that may have complex psychosocial concerns including mental health issues, unstable housing, unemployment, lack of medical insurance, dysfunctional relationships, and legal concerns.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with clear driving record.
  • Must be able to work weekends and rotating holidays.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: 
Human Resources
(Position located in South Minneapolis)
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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CRISIS COUNSELOR – PT After Hours

1 PT position- hours: F (4-8 PM)/S (9AM-5 PM)/S (9 AM-5 PM) and M (4-8 PM) every other week
On-call- Various Hours Evenings, Weekends, Holidays
$12.85 to $15.45 per hour

Summary:
  • We offer a quarterly overnight bonus, four weeks of paid time off the first year for fulltime, and 11 paid holidays.
  • Call Center providing reporting support and crisis intervention for Child Protection, Common Entry Point, and Adult/Child/Family Mental Health crisis programs outside of regular business hours.
  • Utilizing the upmost customer service skills AHC obtains caller information, triaging caller’s situation to the appropriate department.
  • Utilizing crisis de-escalation techniques, and cognitive behavioral interventions staff will determine the specific needs and referrals needed for caller, and route caller’s needs to specific Hennepin County department.
  • After Hours crisis counselors provide appropriate interventions, while assessing danger to self/danger to others, or any possible imminent danger to vulnerable adults and children. Communicate clearly with crisis responders such at 911 operators or Police Officers.
  • Depending on the specific protocol After Hour crisis counselors then provide appropriate interventions, while assessing caller for any safety concerns. Supports and advocates on behalf of client in the procurement of services and benefits entitlement.
  • Makes referrals to and coordinates appropriate community resources for client.
  • Maintains complete case documentation and records, as required by Catholic Charities, the funders, or licensure/regulatory bodies.
  • Adheres to all Catholic Charities policies and procedures related to the care of clients, and is aware of and responds to client circumstances that put the client in any type of danger or risk for abuse.
  • Participates in the education of the community, volunteers, service providers, and other interested parties with respect to client services and programs.
  • Coordinates with the Program Manager on all aspects of client care, and seeks appropriate guidance and feedback from other team members.
  • Represent Catholic Charities at community meetings, task forces, etc. as requested by the Program Manager.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services.
  • Social work background preferred with three years experience working with individuals and/or families in crisis.
  • Experience in individual, family, group counseling, and Child protection/Adult protection experience preferred.
  • Experience working with clients that may have complex psychosocial concerns including mental health issues, unstable housing, unemployment, lack of medical insurance, dysfunctional relationships, and legal concerns.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with clear driving record.
  • Must be able to work weekends and rotating holidays.

Contact:
To apply, please send a cover letter & resume to:
Human Resources
(Position located in South Minneapolis)
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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REGISTERED NURSE – On-call

St. Joseph’s Home for Children
Every other weekend being on-call
$22.50 - $28.13 - $33.75 per hour

Summary:
  • Provide care coordination and referral to ensure seamless delivery of care, improve communication among health and human service providers, and to guide clients and communities toward an effective use of resources.
  • Provide initial short term care coordination for client including: medication reconciliation, referral to primary/specialty care and facilitation of post hospital care.
  • Conduct initial and ongoing holistic health assessments to determine clients’ physical, social, and behavioral health care needs and to assist other providers in meeting these needs.
  • Perform nursing duties related to medication administration and/or monitoring. Offer health education, guidance, and motivational counseling to clients and their families to encourage self-care and assist in decision-making.
  • Work with other Catholic Charities staff and community partners to facilitate the integration of healthcare and social services.
  • Document clinical actions in health care record, maintain these records in compliance with the rules of confidentiality, and assist in documenting health outcome measures.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Current MN license for Registered Nurse.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, homeless populations, children in out of home placement and economic backgrounds.
  • Experience working with people living in poverty and those in a vulnerable population required.
  • Experience working clinic setting.
  • Drivers license with proof of insurance.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR/First Aid training and eligibility for certification testing

Contact
To apply, please submit a cover letter & resume to:
 Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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RESIDENT ASSISTANT - PT (32hrs/week)

Exodus Residence – varied hours, includes some Saturdays
$11.50 to $13.35 per hour to start

Summary:
  • Provide high quality customer service to all persons by completing all applicable client requests.
  • Use conflict resolution and de-escalation skills to defuse crisis situations.
  • Conduct all services in a confidential manner, recording pertinent data and assessing for appropriate referrals and appointments.
  • Inform all new residents of all rules and policies to establish client expectations within the program. Ensure residents consistently comply with established rules and policies. Document and communicate information to staff to facilitate client services.
  • Assist in implementation of case management plan or service plan.
  • Maintain a level of knowledge about past and current residents to better serve their needs.
  • Respond to and submit incident reports for all instances of client/staff injury, chemical abuse, theft, threats, and violations of program rules.
  • Serve as a Mandated Reporter.
  • Administer medication when necessary.
  • Perform kitchen duties, including serving and cleaning, as appropriate.
  • Complete regular rounds checking residents’ rooms, all exits, fire doors, and safety equipment, as well as monitoring residents’ activities in common areas to ensure safety and security
  • Must be able to monitor and respond to emergencies including fire, severe weather, first aid, CPR, etc
  • Notify proper staff of any maintenance concerns and/or safety issues that could negatively affect service delivery
  • Ensure clean up of work areas at the end of each shift, restocking supplies when necessary.
  • Monitor dining area during meal times.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Requires High School Diploma or GED.
  • Customer service experience required.
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check in order to work with vulnerable adults per Minnesota State Law.
  • Ability to read and write to communicate with supervisors and staff.
  • Experience working with persons who live in poverty and/or are homeless preferred. CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR/First Aid training and eligibility for certification testing.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
 Human Resources
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis
1200 2nd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55403
housing.resumes@cctwincities.org

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SENIOR DIRECTOR, Human Resources

Catholic Charities Administration Center

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:
Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, this Senior Director of Human Resources is responsible for providing strategic and day-to-day human resources operational leadership. The Senior Director of HR plans, develops, implements, and manages the personnel and human resources function in accordance with the objectives of the organization, directing all human resources activities, including hiring and recruitment, employee on-boarding, education and training, management and leadership development, employee and labor relations, diversity and affirmative action goals and initiatives, employment related legal/regulatory compliance, policy development, HRIS, workers compensation management and administration, wage and salary management and administration, benefits management and administration, and payroll. The Senior Director of HR directs staff, including the three Human Resources Generalists, Associate Director of Employee Development, Training Specialist, Compensation and Benefits Administrator, Payroll Administrator, and Human Resources Representative, who assist in identifying, evaluating, and resolving human relations and work performance problems within the organization to facilitate communication and improve employee human relations skills and work performance. The person in this position serves as a trusted advisor to the Chief Executive Officer and other members of the Executive Team and serves on the Strategy, Leadership, and Operations Teams.

SCOPE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Senior Director of HR advances Catholic Charities mission by supporting the efforts of approximately 600 employees (500 FTEs) and the volunteers who in FY2014 donated more than 165,000 hours. This position is responsible for leading the Human Resources function for Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Responsibilities include organizational development and setting the human resources strategy and priorities for the organization, managing the Human Resources Department and ensuring effective and efficient human resources processes and systems are in place to support the current and future needs of the organization. This person will also be the subject matter expert for executive compensation and all employees’ compensation and benefits.

Specific Responsibilities:
  • Ensures that the human resources management function is appropriately organized, staffed, structured, measured and led to meet evolving organizational needs, so that the value of an effective human resources program is demonstrated to the organization. Aligns the human resources programs to the organization's strategy and culture.
  • Develops effective and trusting working relationships, especially with managers and supervisors, providing necessary expertise, support, issue resolution, and strategic and operational human resources management perspective to the organization.
  • Directs, implements, and coordinates system-wide human resources strategies (including developing a comprehensive human resources strategic plan) that address a broad range of human capital issues in a social service organization and are aligned with and focused on accomplishment of the organization's mission/values and its goals and objectives.
  • Ensures that the fundamental human resources management functions are in place, and operating in a clear, responsive, accessible, and cost effective manner. These functions include development and refinement of a uniform compensation system, employee relations programs, human resources policies and procedures, education and training activities, recruitment and retention initiatives, workforce engagement measurement systems, management development/succession planning, human resources information systems, and employment-related legal and regulatory compliance activities.
  • Oversees the efficient and accurate development of position descriptions across the organization.
  • Establishes, monitors, transitions, and educates staff relative to the full range of benefits offered (or to be offered) by Catholic Charities. Creates and secures fairness, transparency, and value added approaches to benefit options.
  • Enables employees to do the best job possible by promoting a customer service climate within the organization and helps employees embrace compliance with human resource requirements.
  • Enhances the profile of the organization as a desirable employer in the region.
  • Effectively manages the relationship with the union, which represents certain members of the workforce at one of the Children and Family Service locations.
  • Manages the budget and other financial measures for the Human Resources Department.
  • Plays a key role in working with senior leaders of the organization in continuing to build the culture of the organization and implementing the changes necessary to support the continued development of the organization.
  • Responsible for providing advice and counsel to leaders, managers, and employees on human and organizational matters. The Senior Director of HR is functionally responsible for assisting the Human Resources Subcommittee of the Board of Directors.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • A minimum of 10+ years of leadership experience in human resources required.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the laws, principles, and practices of Human Resources.
  • Ability to work with people of diverse cultural backgrounds at all staff levels and identify with the mission, values, goals, and objectives of Catholic Charities.
  • An excellent facilitator who is adept at conflict management.
  • A decisive individual who possesses a strategic focus as well as an operational, implementation, and detail oriented perspective.
  • A self-directed individual who is a team player.
  • An individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, and proof of current insurance.
  • Broad-based HR expertise – HR generalist experience as well as demonstrated capability in managing compensation and benefits.
  • A demonstrated track record of developing staff.
  • Experience working within an executive or senior leadership team.
  • Experience in developing, implementing, managing, and improving HR core processes.
  • Experience in a union environment and labor relations expertise preferred.

SKILLS / CAPABILITIES:

Vision & Strategy
  • Defining and creating a compelling vision for the future and the implementation strategies necessary for success.
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Vision Creation
  • Goal Alignment

Business Acumen
Knowledge of general business practices as well as knowledge of the organization’s functioning. Understanding of the human, financial, material, and information resources needed to instill trust and accomplish the organization’s mission.
  • Business Savvy
  • Political Savvy
  • Influence

Results Focused
Taking a dynamic approach to work characterized by initiating decision and actions.
Concentrating on achieving the outcomes of a process or project while adhering to the overall strategy of the organization. Creating a culture of accountability and performance.
  • Creating Accountability
  • Resource Allocation
  • Drive for Results

Leading Others
Acting in a leadership position to achieve desired results by inspiring trust in others, providing clear direction, and effectively attracting and deploying talent.
  • Inspiring Trust
  • Direction of Others
  • Empowering Others

EDUCATION:
BS in Human Resources or a related field is required with a Master’s Degree strongly preferred.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Helen Getzkin
Principal
DHR International
3345 Campbell Mithun Tower
222 South 9th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Office: 612-252-9316
hgetzkin@dhrinternational.com

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TEACHER – Full-Time

Northside Child Development Center
$12.00 to $14.45 per hour

Summary:
  • Adhere to all licensing, accreditation and Strong Beginnings standards at all times.
  • Supervision of children at all times
  • Provide daily programming whiles ensuring all areas of development.
  • Assist with the coordination of lesson plans, assessments and program documentation.
  • Work with children’s individual needs; meeting children where they are.
  • Ensure communication with parents daily.
  • Provide supervision of room and direct other staff and volunteers in the absence of supervisory teacher.
  • Responsible to work where staffing is needed including working with other age groups or classrooms.
  • Work cooperatively and respectfully with all staff, supervisors, management and volunteers.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Preferred Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Development, Education or related field preferred.
  • Must meet Minnesota Department of Human Services licensing qualifications as stated in Rule 3 for a Teacher.
  • Experience working in center-based child-care.
  • May be required to have valid driver’s license acceptable to insurance company, and current insurance.
  • Desire to care for young children with an ability to promote child development information to parents.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org
Position located in North Minneapolis

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YOUTH COUNSELOR – PT

Tuesday, Friday, Saturday – 7:00 PM to Midnight
St. Joseph’s Home for Children – Hope Street
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr

Summary

  • Assist in the safety, security and quality care throughout the campus during detached overnight shifts.
  • Develop warm, supportive, and nurturing relationships with all clients.
  • Discipline - provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy.
  • Working knowledge and ability to fill in on all units and programs as needed
  • Active monitoring of clients during all activities and daily routines.
  • Participate in activities, teach skills; encourage diet/nutrition/manners, clean clothes, and proper personal hygiene.
  • Assure safe/clean living environment, inside and out, supervise unit upkeep and outdoor activities, role model, clean office, and pleasant/attractive living area.
  • Recommend changes, safety/damage reports, vehicles, safe driving.
  • Participate in the assessment of progress in treatment plans, documentation (Logging), recommend changes, setting goals for target behaviors.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds on a frequent basis.
  • Physically fit in order to participate in recreational activities with youth
  • After appropriate training, have the ability to perform therapeutic holds on youth up to 17 years of age.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in a human services field OR without a degree, 2 years experience relevant to the job functions is required.
  • Ability to work with children who might be experiencing emotional/behavior difficulties.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to interact and work well with a diverse population of children
  • Have a clear drivers record with a valid driver’s license and proof of acceptable auto insurance
  • Must be able to work some holidays and will be paid a premium for these hours.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR/First Aid training and eligibility for certification testing
Contact
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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3 – YOUTH COUNSELORS - FT

St. Joseph’s Home for Children
(2) – Teresa Hall and (1) Isaiah Cottage – Variable Evening and Weekends Shifts
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr

Summary
  • We offer a quarterly overnight bonus, and you will accrue three weeks of paid time off the first year for this part time position. Along with 11 paid holidays.
  • Assist in the safety, security and quality care throughout the campus during detached overnight shifts.
  • Develop warm, supportive, and nurturing relationships with all clients.
  • Discipline - provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy.
  • Working knowledge and ability to fill in on all units and programs as needed
  • Active monitoring of clients during all activities and daily routines.
  • Participate in activities, teach skills; encourage diet/nutrition/manners, clean clothes, and proper personal hygiene.
  • Assure safe/clean living environment, inside and out, supervise unit upkeep and outdoor activities, role model, clean office, and pleasant/attractive living area.
  • Recommend changes, safety/damage reports, vehicles, safe driving.
  • Participate in the assessment of progress in treatment plans, documentation (Logging), recommend changes, setting goals for target behaviors.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds on a frequent basis.
  • Physically fit in order to participate in recreational activities with youth
  • After appropriate training, have the ability to perform therapeutic holds on youth up to 17 years of age.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in a human services field OR without a degree, 2 years experience relevant to the job functions is required.
  • Ability to work with children who might be experiencing emotional/behavior difficulties.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to interact and work well with a diverse population of children
  • Have a clear drivers record with a valid driver’s license and proof of acceptable auto insurance
  • Must be able to work some holidays and will be paid a premium for these hours.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR/First Aid training and eligibility for certification testing

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org
**Must specify which position you are interested in**

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3 - YOUTH COUNSELORS – On Call

St. Joseph’s Home for Children
(2) – Teresa Hall and (1) Isaiah Cottage – Variable Evening and Weekends Shifts)
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr

Summary
  • Assist in the safety, security and quality care throughout the campus during detached overnight shifts.
  • Develop warm, supportive, and nurturing relationships with all clients.
  • Discipline - provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy.
  • Working knowledge and ability to fill in on all units and programs as needed
  • Active monitoring of clients during all activities and daily routines.
  • Participate in activities, teach skills; encourage diet/nutrition/manners, clean clothes, and proper personal hygiene.
  • Assure safe/clean living environment, inside and out, supervise unit upkeep and outdoor activities, role model, clean office, and pleasant/attractive living area.
  • Recommend changes, safety/damage reports, vehicles, safe driving.
  • Participate in the assessment of progress in treatment plans, documentation (Logging), recommend changes, setting goals for target behaviors.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds on a frequent basis.
  • Physically fit in order to participate in recreational activities with youth
  • After appropriate training, have the ability to perform therapeutic holds on youth up to 17 years of age.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in a human services field OR without a degree, 2 years experience relevant to the job functions is required.
  • Ability to work with children who might be experiencing emotional/behavior difficulties.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to interact and work well with a diverse population of children
  • Have a clear drivers record with a valid driver’s license and proof of acceptable auto insurance
  • Must be able to work some holidays and will be paid a premium for these hours.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR/First Aid training and eligibility for certification testing
Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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