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.


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SPECIALIST

Catholic Charities Administration Center
$14.75 to $17.68 per hour

Summary:
  • Verifies approvals on all invoices, check requests and purchase orders verifying that invoices are not duplicative and have already been paid.
  • Verifies information, calculations, and account distribution are correct and that accounting policies are being followed; reviews coding.
  • Enters each document accurately, consistently, and timely into the computer to ensure accurate payment, in accordance with agency policy.
  • Processes checks. Prints checks, check register, and uploads file to Bank.
  • Matches invoices/check request to check copy and maintains files.
  • Administer Agency credit card program.
  • Mails or couriers checks to vendors with appropriate documentation.
  • Verifies W9 information on IRS TIN Matching program. Processes W9 forms correctly and sets up vendor record file correctly in accordance with IRS regulations. Prepares annual 1099 returns correctly and transmits timely electronic 1099 returns to the IRS and MN Department of Revenue, as applicable.
  • Produces, analyzes, and reviews month end A/P aging report.
  • Responsible for AP and cash receipt filings and resolves A/P and cash receipt related issues.
  • Process invoices, write checks and maintain A/P files for Visitation Limited Partnership and Midway.
  • Prepares information for year-end audit.
  • Process payroll checks for religious employees monthly and maintain appropriate employee flies.
  • Research special projects, when necessary.
  • Serves as backup for other staff in the accounting department during vacations and sick leave, as requested by supervisor.
  • Reconciles cash and prepares cash deposits on a daily basis from checks received from division sites, lock box, and Development Department.
  • Enters and balances cash receipts on cash receipts system daily. Verifies account distribution and coding.
  • May transport deposits to the bank.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting preferred. Without degree, a combination of coursework, training and experience to equal education level qualifications required.
  • Minimum of two years finance or accounting experience required; nonprofit accounting experience preferred.
  • Strong Microsoft Office and organizational skills.
  • Ability to effectively communicate accounting information, policies, and/or procedures in a manner easily understood in both written and oral form.
  • Ability to analyze moderately complex information, and to define and solve problems.
  • Knowledge of standard accounting principles, methods, and applications.
  • The ability to work both independently and with others.
  • Ability to handle high volume of work and maintain up-to-date, organized files.
  • Must be extremely detail oriented and accurate.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Joyce Bartels, Human Resources
1200 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
E-mail: admin.resumes@cctwincities.org

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Northside Child Development Center
$12.00 to $14.45 an hour

Summary:
  • Provides receptionist duties including taking messages, routing calls, directing walk-in participants and visitors to appropriate programs, as requested by supervisor.
  • Sorts, processes and routes incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Provide administrative support for program managers and staff as needed, including typing, copying, and/or other office tasks as assigned.
  • Uses communication skills to effectively write letters, create flyers, tables, and brochures for the events and programs.
  • Performs data entry using word processing, spreadsheet or database commands and formats material as required.
  • Receives and answers questions, schedules meetings, organizes events.
  • Tracks information, and prepares periodic reports, as required.
  • Creates and maintains various enrollment files and updates databases and spreadsheets with new information.
  • Coordinates volunteers for planning programs, data entry of volunteer hours, supervising volunteers on site and communicating with the main office of Catholic Charities regarding needs.
  • Assist in running errands as needed.
  • Be knowledgeable of agency and community resources and able to refer appropriately within this agency or to other community resources.
  • Responsible for sign-in records of staff, clients, visitors, and scheduling conference rooms. Prepare informational packets and materials.
  • Provides Technical Support and Development for all Staff, including troubleshooting Open or close subject files.
  • May maintain petty cash fund, including travel to bank to cash checks. Attends relevant team, divisional, and agency meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Degree or equivalent. Associate’s Degree, or equivalent business certification preferred.
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience.
  • Strong organizational and customer service skills.
  • Technical expertise with Microsoft software.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, homeless populations, and/or economic backgrounds.
Contact
Erin Precup. Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407 (position located in North Minneapolis)
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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CLIENT ADVOCATE I – On Call

Dorothy Day Center
$12.25 to $14.45 per hour

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.

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.
  • Ability to work a flexible shift, including evenings and/or weekends required.

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

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COOK – Part Time (20hrs/wk) Various Sites

$12.00 to $14.00 per hour

Summary:
  • Prepares meals of the day – Breakfast and Lunch.
  • Must be able to operate commercial kitchen equipment.
  • Supervise and train volunteers and clients as needed.
  • Assists in the responsibility of kitchen maintenance, security of equipment, health and safety standards and procedures in accordance with health department standards and procedures.
  • Assists in stocking of food supplies, including stocking and rotating of food in all storage areas.
  • Responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the kitchen and dining room area.
  • Holidays and weekends may be required. With supervision, assists in the control of inventory of all on-site food supplies to be used and assist in the ordering of all food items, supplies and paper products.
  • Responsible for completing required trainings and attending workshops and staff development as coordinated with supervisor for ongoing development of job related skills.
  • Driving of personal vehicle and/or agency van may be required.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High school graduate or equivalent required, Culinary Arts degree preferred.
  • One year of food preparation experience in large volume kitchen required.
  • Comfortable working with diverse client population.
  • Valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends if needed.
Contact:
To apply, please send a resume, internal application and cover letter to:
Joyce Bartels, HR Generalist
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis
1200 2nd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55403
email: admin.resumes@cctwincities.org

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CRISIS COUNSELORS – On-call- Various Hours

$12.85 to $15.45 per hour

Summary:
  • 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:
Erin Precup, Human Resources (Position located in South Minneapolis)
1200 Second Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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HOUSING OUTREACH REPRESENTATIVE – GRH

Opportunity Center – Housing First
$32,760 to $39,312 starting annual salary

Summary:
  • Provide outreach, housing and case management services to single adults who have experienced long-term homelessness.
  • Conduct an initial needs assessment of eligible clients who are homeless in assigned program area.
  • Assist with eligibility assessment and determination for potential clients seeking services to obtain and/or maintain housing.
  • Partner with private market landlords and facilitate housing placement for clients, provide follow-up support services to secure or retain housing.
  • Create and develop an individually tailored case plan for each client.
  • Determine the appropriate stabilization services to include in a client’s case plan.
  • Work with clients to support and achieve their goals within their case plan.
  • Administer financial assistance to eligible clients for application fees, rent and/or utility bills when appropriate.
  • Negotiate with landlord and mitigate landlord/tenant disputes when appropriate.
  • Provide transportation assistance to clients when appropriate.
  • Connect clients to other community resources including but not limited to: medical, mental health, chemical dependency, employment and training programs, food shelves, public assistance, SSI and SSDI, childcare, transportation, subsidized housing opportunities and legal assistance.
  • Facilitate client’s access to services from other providers by directly making referrals and assisting with paperwork and transportation to referral services when appropriate.
  • Ensure that client intakes, case notes, case files, observation and incident reports are completed according to procedure and adhere to program policies.
  • Educate clients on available community resources and services.
  • Responsible for collection and compilation of necessary data and information for program reports and evaluation and reporting to funders.
  • Conduct home visits with clients as appropriate.
  • Develop and utilize Empowerment principles and support the use of Restorative Justice and Harm Reduction within the program.
  • Keep informed of developments and trends in the Program’s operation, and be alert to changing community needs.
  • Understand and support the mission, goals and aims of Catholic Charities and the Program.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • B.A. in human services field, plus (2) two years experience working with homeless or low income population preferred. In lieu of degree, minimum of (5) five years experience working with this specific population in a similar role, of which (2) years includes experience in case management or outreach.
  • M.S.W. or M.A. may be required, depending on program licensing.
  • Working knowledge of resources for housing.
  • Experience working with persons from various cultural backgrounds.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal required.
  • Ability to handle difficult situations in a sensitive and caring manner.
  • Must have drivers license and proof of current insurance.

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

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MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT - PT

Various Catholic Charities locations
$11.25 to $13.35 per hour

Summary:
  • Responds to work order requests as assigned, and signs off when work is completed.
  • Assists with and performs basic plumbing, electrical, painting, and minor carpentry projects.
  • Assist maintenance staff and Groundskeeper as needed and assigned.
  • Uses assigned agency tools responsibly and returns tools daily to appropriate site/location.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High School Diploma or GED required.
  • General knowledge in facilities maintenance, working with hand tools, and able to lift up to 50 lbs. on an occasional to frequent basis.
  • Valid driver’s license required.
  • Must have ability to work with diverse cultures of people, specifically the economically disadvantaged.
  • Basic computer skills required.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Joyce Bartels, Human Resources
1200 Second Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55403
E-mail: admin.resumes@cctwincities.org

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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES MANAGER DAY TREATMENT-FT

St. Joseph’s’ Home for Children – Wilder Complex Site
Childrens Mental Health Services
$42,994 to $53,737 starting annual salary range

Summary:
  • Provide comprehensive orientation for staff, interns and volunteers as needed.
  • Provide clinical supervision of youth counselors, Unit Manager, interns and volunteers. To include: regular supervisory meetings, workload management, case consultations, monitoring and management of programmatic issues and needs, and provide input for performance evaluations.
  • Provide oversight to group skills curriculum, service delivery and documentation.
  • Assist the assigned program manager in the preparation and management of the assigned program budget and the development of revenue generating utilization, proposals or initiatives.
  • Assist the assigned Program Manager in planning and implementation of program meetings, including staff meetings, case consultation and in-service programs.
  • Assist in public relations and marketing activities related to assigned program.
  • Coordinate training, staff assignments and logistical needs for expansion and alignment with strategic positioning goals.
  • Provide therapeutic interventions to individuals, groups and families as assigned.
  • Oversee administration of quality improvement procedures in the program in conjunction with assigned program manager.
  • Oversee staff compliance in maintaining appropriate client records, statistical, evaluative and time management reports as required.
  • Oversee adjunct clinical services including medication administration and services provided by community agencies on site.
  • Ensure operational adherence to program policies and procedures, accreditation standards and CTSS certification.
  • May serve on various agency, division or community committees pertinent to social service delivery, collaborative planning or fund-raising, program evaluation or social justice issues as assigned by administrator.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Masters in Social Work, or M.A. in clinical counseling or psychology., LMFT.
  • Current State of Minnesota licensure status as a Mental Health Professional
  • Four (4) years clinical and social service experience with a wide range of family and mental health problems.
  • Two (2) years of supervisory experience preferred.
  • Broad understanding of clinical policies, procedures and other operational requirements of a day treatment program.
  • Familiarity and/or demonstrated experience with budget management, staff supervision, program development and evaluation needs; direct experience working with a diverse client population and staff disciplines.
  • Must have an ability to plan, organize and coordinate program activities, and represent the Day Treatment Program within the agency and the broader community.

Contact
Erin E. Precup- Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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OFFICE MANAGER

Seton Services
$35,048 to $43,888 starting annual salary

Summary:
  • Supervises, hires, and trains administrative staff.
  • Establishes a process that ensures smooth operation of all clerical and support services.
  • Provides direct secretarial support to division staff, including typing, filing, word processing/computer work, editing, composing correspondence, monitoring/returning phone calls, scheduling appointments, meeting minutes, and ordering/maintain office supplies.
  • Assists supervisor in monitoring accounting procedures and budgets. Tracks client authorizations, including working with county workers, clients, and/or guardians to ensure authorizations remain current.
  • May maintain knowledge of assigned regulations, and contract agreements. While coordinating vendor services and assigned contracts.
  • Coordinates collection of all statistical data for reports and responds to community agency requests for written divisional program materials, as well as agencies' request.
  • Helps provide training for new employees, and volunteers.
  • Supervises janitorial service and operation.
  • Assists direct supervisor with completion of annual contracts, license/permit application, reports and annual contracts.
  • Coordinates program changes related to staff, office space and technology.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree required,
  • Three years experience in appropriate professional area or as an administrative assistant to senior management.
  • Experience working with diverse populations.
  • Proficiency working with Microsoft Office Suite

Contact:
Erin Precup. Human Resources
1276 W. University Ave. Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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PROGRAM MANAGER I- FT

Hope Street for Homeless Youth- Shelter Units
$40,144 to $50,180 starting annual salary range

Summary:
  • Ensures the program meets accreditation, licensing and best practice standards.
  • In conjunction with HR, recruits, hires, coaches, reviews, supervises and terminates as necessary program staff members. Builds team of professional colleagues.
  • Collaborates with the Volunteer Coordinator in the placement of volunteers and interns.
  • Works with direct supervisor to develop and implement program vision and goals.
  • Ensure that clients receive programming and services from the program.
  • Manage program budgets in conjunction with direct supervisor.
  • Represents Catholic Charities at community events, as assigned.
  • Ensures data tracking requirements are met. Prepares reports and statistical information as requested.
  • If required, may deliver program services to clients.
  • Coordinate and participate in regular or assigned meetings.
  • Ensures program information is available to the community.
  • Works with Director and Development Staff to monitor and/or negotiate contracts/grants as required.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor's Degree in a human services field
  • Five (5) years of experience managing client services in a related setting.
  • In lieu of a degree, seven (7) years of experience in similar program service area, unless program license prohibits.
  • Must have at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, and proof of insurance coverage.

Contact:
Erin Precup. Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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PROGRAM SUPERVISOR – FT

Older Adults
$40,144 to $50,180 starting annual salary

Summary:
  • In conjunction with the Program Director, assists with recruitment, hiring, coaching, and supervision of program staff members. Supports the placement of volunteers and interns into the program, and ensures integration with paid staff members.
  • Supervise staff and conduct performance reviews for assigned staff.
  • UCare case management work in conjunction with supervision.
  • Advocates for clients receiving services from the program.
  • Assists Program Director with the monitoring and/or negotiation of contracts as required.
  • Supports operational changes that ensure the program meets accreditation, licensing and best practice standards.
  • Supports data tracking requirements, prepares reports and statistical information as requested.
  • Represents Catholic Charities at community events, as assigned.
  • Provides program information is available to the community.
  • Deliver program services to clients.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelors of Art or Science in Social Work.
  • Current Mental Health Practitioner or Professional Licensure approved by the State of Minnesota (e.g. LSW).
  • Preferred of one year of broad based clinical experience with culturally diverse, low-income and multi-problem clientele.
  • Ability to work with clients who might be experiencing emotional/behavior difficulties.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to interact and work well with a diverse population of clients.
  • Have a clear drivers record with a valid driver’s license and proof of acceptable auto insurance.

Contact:
Erin Precup, Human Resources
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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NURSING SUPERVISOR- PT

Seton - Prenatal Clinic
$46,800 to $70,200 annually

Summary:
  • Provide direct nursing care and care coordination 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.
  • Serve as a liaison between nursing staff and other Catholic Charities staff, as well as community partners, to facilitate the integration of healthcare and social services.
  • Supervise and orient health care staff, volunteers, and interns. Includes regular performance reviews, coordinating work schedules and staffing needs, and approving time sheets.
  • Complete supervisory tasks including attending supervisory meetings, ordering needed supplies, paying bills, and coordinating with vendors.
  • Develop and implement performance quality improvement (PQI) activities to improve processes and the client experience.
  • Assist the Director of Health Services with data tracking, goal/outcome setting, and quarterly reports.
  • Conduct on-going review of existing policies and procedures; suggest and implement changes in coordination with Director of Health Services.
  • Assist Director of Health Services in the annual preparation of the financial plan and monthly budget process. Minimum Qualifications:
  • Current MN license for Registered Nurse.
  • Experience supervising other professional staff.
  • Minimum four years of nursing experience required, preferable with vulnerable or underserved populations.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.
  • Current valid drivers license.

Contact
Erin Precup. Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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RECEPTIONIST- PT(20 hours)

Seton Services-
Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays
$11.25 to $13.50 an hour

Summary:
  • Greets clients or other visitors as they enter the building.
  • Inquires as to the purpose of the visits; gives general information and directs to appropriate staff person.
  • Receives incoming phone calls, and connects those calls to the appropriate person.
  • Provides general information and community referrals to callers and visitors.
  • Sorts, processes and routes incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Performs some clerical tasks such as data entry, filing, duplicating, or other tasks as assigned.
  • Supports staff in the use of office equipment and agency technology.
  • Maintains a welcoming, safe, and clean reception area.
  • Promotes building security by ensuring visitors sign in and/or wait in the reception area until staff arrive to meet them.
  • Responsibly collects payments and donations, including via credit card transactions, and administers receipts for clients or donors.
  • Sees that rooms and coffee are prepared for meetings and programs.
  • Ensure appliances are unplugged, lights are turned off, and doors are locked at end of day.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Bilingual in both English and Spanish or English and Somalia language and culture preferred.
  • General office skills including data entry, answering multi-line phone system, and operating general office equipment.
  • Ability to greet people in a friendly and professional manner.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.
  • Experience working with people living in poverty

Contact:
Erin E. Precup Human Resources Generalist
1276 W University Ave. St. Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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RESIDENT ASSISTANTS

The Glenwood - .60 FTE (1) Position
St. Anthony Residence (1) Position – PT – 16 hours/week – (1) Position – On Call
$11.50 to $13.35 per hour

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.
  • May drive clients and/or staff using either personal vehicle or agency vehicle, as required.

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.
  • Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance required.

Contact:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Joyce Bartels, HR Generalist
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis
1200 2nd Avenue South,
Minneapolis, MN 55403
housing.resumes@cctwincities.org
**Please specify which position and location you are interested in**

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THERAPIST II- FT

St. Joseph’s Home for Children- King Hall
$42,994 to $53,736 annually

Summary:
  • Conduct psychotherapy groups for children with severe mental health diagnoses.
  • May provide diagnostic assessments, treatment plans and appropriate clinical interventions (individuals, groups, and families) for children, adolescents, and families as assigned.
  • May provide behavioral management training, support and consultation to professional staff (school personnel, direct care staff, and collateral community providers) and coordinate joint efforts to address needs or problems of the clients being served.
  • Meet with supervisor for case consultation and other service related needs as required by policy and law.
  • Participate in staff meetings, peer case consultations, in-services, and case record reviews as required.
  • May assume responsibility for special projects as needed or other duties as assigned by your supervisor.
  • Maintain current productivity standard of clinical direct service time and indirect/ paperwork; clinical work time, as determined by supervisor.
  • Adhere to the requirements for training and ethical practices with the appropriate licensing board and to maintain clinical licensure.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Holds a license from the state of Minnesota as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker; Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.
  • Therapist II qualifications preferred. Therapist I candidates will be considered.
  • Therapist I requires a Masters degree in a social service/mental health field and licensure with a professional board eligible to obtain licensure as a Mental Health Professional.
  • Master’s Degree or above in Social Services related field required.
  • Has experience and training in working with specific client group.
  • Has experience in providing clinical services in the diagnosis and treatment of emotional disorders.
  • Minimum of one year of broad based clinical experience and group facilitation with culturally diverse, low-income and multi-problem clientele.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. Ability to work On Call hours as required.

Contact:
Erin Precup. Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org


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YOUTH COUNSELOR-

Saint Joseph’s Home for Children-
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr
1 Fulltime position- Evening and Weekends
On-Call: Various shifts including days, evenings, weekends and overnights

Summary
  • Assist in planning, development and implementation of treatment goals for each client.
  • Develop warm, supportive, and nurturing relationships with all clients.
  • Discipline - provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy.
  • 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.

Contact
Erin E. Precup- Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org
Please specify which position/unit/shift you are applying for.

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YOUTH COUNSELOR- PT (8 hours per week)

Hope Street for Homeless Youth
Evenings and Weekends
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr

Summary:
  • Assist in planning, development and implementation of treatment goals for each client.
  • Develop warm, supportive, and nurturing relationships with all clients.
  • Discipline - provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy.
  • 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.
Contact: Erin E. Precup- Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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YOUTH COUNSELOR - On-call 

St. Joseph’s Home for Children:
On-Call Various shifts including days, evenings, weekends and overnights
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr

Summary:
  • Assist in planning, development and implementation of treatment goals for each client.
  • Develop warm, supportive, and nurturing relationships with all clients.
  • Discipline - provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy.
  • 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.
Contact:
Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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