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.


CASE MANAGER II – PT (20 hours per week)

Trafficking Victims Services
$17,052 to $21,034 starting annual salary

Summary:
  • Completes assessments, and prepares a service plan to meet the needs of the client including both Catholic Charities programs and other available community resources.
  • Evaluates, facilitates and monitors services and client progress in relationship to established goals and objectives. Works with the client to adjust service plans as necessary, and remove barriers to success.
  • 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.
  • Assist clients with paperwork, forms, and filings as necessary.
  • 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.
  • May facilitate support groups.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field and two years of experience working with a specific client group is required.
  • Bilingual abilities preferred.
  • 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
  • CPR/First Aid Certification required, or in lieu of current certification, successful completion of CPR training and eligibility for certification testing

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

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CLIENT ADVOCATE I - PT (20hrs/week)

Dorothy Day Center
$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 an internal application, 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

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CLIENT ADVOCATE I – PT

(every other weekend)
Family Service Center
$12.00 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.
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

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Crisis Counselor - PT

1 PT 36 hours per week.Sunday through Thursday 4pm to 11pm
  $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:
Erin E. Precup
(Position located in South Minneapolis)
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.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:
  • 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:
Erin E. Precup
(Position located in South Minneapolis)
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint 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:
Erin E. Precup
(Position located in South Minneapolis)
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

Catholic Charities Administration Center
$35,048 to $42,068 starting annual salary

Summary:
  • Manages and generates financial data within PowerPlan and communications with Accounting, Development Operations and CFR staff.
  • Supports the Development staff in respect to cultivation, solicitation and stewardship in support of fundraising goals (i.e. generating thank you calls, printed aspects of solicitation mailings, and analyzing appeal/campaign results).
  • Conducts prospect research for corporate, foundation, and sponsorship funding sources and ensures accurate and updated records management in Raiser’s Edge.
  • Maintains, recommends and supports efficiencies within Raiser’s Edge database to improve processes for accurate donor record keeping.
  • Supports functions of the CFR Team including proposal and gift processes, managing the Development/CFR SharePoint and participation in department meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field, and minimum of 3-5 years of non-profit or business experience. Development experience required.
  • Ability to manage concurrent projects, set priorities and follow through on both long and short term projects and meet deadlines.
  • Experience in developing & sustaining lasting relationships with prospects/donors, including gift cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to relate to a diverse set of donors, staff, volunteers and clients.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required. Competency with Raiser’s Edge and prospect research tools preferred.
  • Excellent writing skills and high attention to detail required.
  • Ability to work under pressure, respond to last-minute request and display a willingness to acquire new skills and take on projects.
  • Maintain a flexible work schedule, including local travel and occasional evening and weekend work.

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
admin.resumes@cctwincities.org

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DIRECTOR OF HEALTH SERVICES – FULL-TIME

Various Catholic Charities program sites
$66,000 to $99,000 starting annual salary

Summary:
  • Responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of medical and nursing services provided in the Housing Stability, Children's and Family Divisions.
  • Collaborates with agency leadership and community partners to provide and advocate for integrated, ethically based, and client-centered care to core population groups. In conjunction with program leadership, act as liaison between clinics and other program collaborators (e.g., North Memorial, University of Minnesota, HealthEast).
  • Evaluates health services effectiveness and implements quality improvement activities.
  • Provides project leadership and management within an interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, community health workers, counselors, social workers, and case managers.
  • Supervises, trains, evaluates, and develops assigned staff and volunteers.
  • Regularly reviews health services policies and procedures, implementing appropriate changes in a timely manner and designing and delivering the associated staff training, ensuring compliance with Council on Accreditation standards and state licensing requirements.
  • Provides direct nursing care, as needed.
  • Prepares the financial plan and budget for assigned cost centers.
  • Sets up and ensures the maintenance of clinical records and statistical data according to the needs of the programs and payors, consistent with the privacy rules.
  • Ensures the efficient ordering of needed clinic supplies.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's in nursing required; masters degree preferred.
  • Public Health Nursing experience preferred.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.
  • Experience working with vulnerable or underserved populations.
  • Experience working in the areas of prenatal, pediatric, and behavioral health.
  • Three years of staff supervisory experience.
  • Four years experience as a registered nurse in a care delivery function.
  • Two years of clinic management or comparable experience preferred.
  • CPR certification.

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
Email: admin.resumes@cctwincities.org

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HOUSING OUTREACH REPRESENTATIVE – Rapid Re-housing

Opportunity Center – Minneapolis
Hours are Monday-Thursday : 8am -6:30pm but may also vary depending on work schedule
$32,760 to $39,312 annual starting salary

Summary:
  • Provide housing placement to clients who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness.
  • Provide follow-up services, conduct home visits, and mitigate landlord/tenant disputes to retain housing placement.
  • Conduct needs assessment and develops an individually tailored case plan for each client.
  • Administer financial assistance to eligible clients including application fees, damage deposit, rent and utility bills when appropriate.
  • Connect clients to community resources including but not limited to: employment and training programs, food shelves, public assistances, SSI/SSKI, transportation, and legal assistance.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Experience working with individual who are in or out of the US Military Services.
  • Knowledge and/or experience in working with people with Mental Health issues
  • Ability to conduct a needs assessment.
  • Ability to develop a tailored case plan for each participant.
  • Able to conduct outreach at homeless shelters, as well as outreach to the greater community including, under bridges and camping.
  • Familiarity with Hennepin County Community resources and county eligibility assistance programs.
  • An ability to recruit private market landlords in the community to house participants. Must have valid driver’s license, ability to meet Catholic Charities’ driving standards and agency required auto insurance.
  • Must have reliable automobile and willingness to transport participants.
  • Experience in mediation of housing issues, knowledge of landlord/tenant law
  • 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:
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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HOUSING OUTREACH REPRESENTATIVE

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

Summary:
  • Provide housing placement to clients who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness.
  • Provide follow-up services, conduct home visits, and mitigate landlord/tenant disputes to retain housing placement.
  • Conduct needs assessment and develops an individually tailored case plan for each client.
  • Administer financial assistance to eligible clients including application fees, damage deposit, rent and utility bills when appropriate.
  • Connect clients to community resources including but not limited to: employment and training programs, food shelves, public assistances, SSI/SSKI, transportation, and legal assistance.

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.
  • 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.
  • Reliable transportation and ability to meet Catholic Charities driving standards 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

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INTAKE WORKER- FT POSITION

St. Joseph’s Home for Children:
$11.55/hr to $14.61/hr

Summary
  • Actively engage and supervise all clients while helping to reduce emotional upset of children in transition. Demonstrate the skills of professional youth care work (including engagement, sensitivity, rapport, creative problem solving, establishing predictable limits and boundaries).
  • Complete required documentation in a timely fashion. (ex. Central intake initial assessment, vulnerable risk assessment, immediate needs and risk assessments, and other required documentation/data entry).
  • Provide firm and fair limits to the clients in accordance with agency philosophy. In adherence to agency approved training for de-escalation and physical intervention.
  • Customer service-Greet everyone (County staff, law enforcement, parents, youth, community members, etc.) with positive/welcoming attitude, communicate with them effectively and problem solve concerns and conflicts to reach resolutions in a constructive fashion.
  • Effectively communicate with co-workers, supervisor, therapist, and OGS. Regularly attend and participate in team meetings. While ensuring effective communication around special client needs to applicable parties.
  • Complete referrals and placements in a timely way and according to agency, county, state, federal and ICWA guidelines to ensure the most appropriate shelter placement for each child.
  • Ability to manage and prioritize the changing needs and demands of the program.
  • Assure and supervise individual medical needs of children including administer medications and treatment in accordance with instructions from medical staff; record medications on chart; keep medications locked up.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelors Degree in Human Services Field
  • In lieu of degree; two years previous experience working with children. Preferred experience delivering clinical services to treat mental illness or children with emotional disturbances.
  • Experience working with diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Current driver’s license and clean driving record.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communications skills are required
  • Experience delivering clinical services to treat mental illness or children with emotional disturbances.
  • Must be able to work some holidays and will be paid a premium for these hours.

Contact
Erin E. 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.
  • Preferred but not required Bilingual in both English and Spanish or English and Somalia language and culture.
  • 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
1276 W. University Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Email: family.resumes@cctwincities.org

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REGISTERED NURSE – Part-time position

Housing – Exodus
$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.
  • 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.
  • Function as intake coordinator for unique facility serving homeless adults needing post  hospital care or assistance with management of long term chronic conditions.
  • Perform nursing treatments and technical procedures such as phlebotomy, non-stress tests, specimen collection, 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.
  • Conduct initial review of referrals from affiliated clinics and hospitals and social service agencies to determine appropriateness of referral. Arrange for facility admission.
  • 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, PHN certification preferred.
  • 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.
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


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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 an internal application, 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

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RESIDENT CLIENT SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE- FT

Family Service Center
Sunday-Thursday 8:00-4:30 p.m
$32,760 to $39,312 starting hiring salary

Summary
  • Identify internal and external resources and establishing solid community networks and referral partnerships to assist site residents with accessing basic needs and life supports including but not limited to employment, transportation, childcare, food, clothing, car repair funds, education opportunities, health care, and housing.
  • Actively build relationships with residents; conduct in-reach to empower and encourage residents to take next steps in toward their housing solution.
  • Meet one-on-one with residents to review the shelter residency and escrow policies, to develop a shelter exit plan, and to assist with connecting to resources and completing applications. Be available for both walk- in and scheduled appointments.
  • Facilitate and manage shelter voucher renewal process
  • Facilitate and manage transportation assistance i.e. bus card distribution.
  • Work collaboratively with the Coordinated Assessment Pilot (CA) staff (Assessment Specialists, Diversion Specialists, and Financial Assistance workers) to ensure successful transfer from residence site to next step housing.
  • Assist families in exiting residence when it is determined they are not eligible to access supportive housing assignments through the CA system.
  • Facilitate resident group meetings for purposes of sharing resources, answering questions about the CA system, announcing shelter events, giving feedback on suggestion box, conducting resident satisfaction surveys.
  • Be the resident expert on a wide variety of community resources including public housing, Section 8, and tax credit property opportunities and access.
  • Responsible for collection and compilation of necessary data for program reports and evaluation and reporting to funders.
  • Oversee computer lab ensuring families have adequate access
  • Recruit and supervise volunteers and interns; work closely with volunteer department Along with other location lead staff, is available on-call, in rotation, to assist with questions, concerns and staffing issues, as needed.
  • Develop and utilize empowerment principles and support the use of Restorative Justice

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.
  • Working knowledge of housing and community resources for low-income families required.
  • 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.
  • 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:
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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SOCIAL WORKER I- FT

Older Adults
$37,544 to $45,032 annual starting salary

Summary:
  • Provide intake and comprehensive case management services including:
  • Provide assessment services and short-term counseling, skill building techniques, and aftercare to older adults in their homes.
  • Work collaboratively with outside agencies to coordinate services, provide behavior management support and consultation
  • Participate in divisional, team and program staff meetings and other meetings as assigned.
  • Provide client services in a variety of outreach sites in the community and division facilities as assigned.
  • Represent program and Catholic Charities in educational and public relation tasks.
  • Provide occasional transportation for clients
  • Maintain documentation, records and statistical data as defined by supervisor.

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 or LGSW).
  • Prefer one year of broad based clinical experience with culturally diverse, low-income and multi-problem clientele.
  • Must have a current driver’s license acceptable to the insurance company, and proof of current auto insurance.
  • Experience with people of culturally diverse backgrounds.

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

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TEACHER- FT position

Northside Child Development Center
$12.00 to $14.45 an hour

Summary:
  • Supervise, plan, and implement daily program including curriculum activities that provide for all areas of development.
  • Supervise and provide and environment for children to learn through active exploration and interaction with adults, other children and materials
  • Supervise and provide a variety of activities and materials that allow for increasing difficulty, complexity and challenge
  • Provide multicultural and nonsexist experiences, materials, and equipment for children
  • Provide activities that encourage creative and artistic expression, language development, and early literacy development programming.
  • Supervise and provide a balance of child initiated and teacher initiated activities
  • Supervise and provide appropriate stress-reducing activities and techniques that will assure an emotionally calm and safe environment
  • Supervise and interact with children at meals including talking with the children
  • Supervise the development of self-esteem by respecting, accepting and comforting children, regardless of the child’s behavior
  • The development of self-control in the children must be facilitated at all times
  • Ensure that child development knowledge, insights and resources are shared with parents as part of regular communication
  • Ensure sanitizing procedures and universal precautions are maintained
  • Provide room orientation to new staff and volunteers in your room
  • Must be willing to volunteer at least four times a year to stay for a family night or other events held at the center during after hours.
  • Respond to and supervise age appropriate toileting needs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • 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.
  • Must 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
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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TRAINED MEDICATION AIDE (TMA)- On-Call

St. Joseph’s Home for Children- Clinic
$12.00 to $14.43 an hour

Summary:
  • Pass medications to children of SJHC correctly and safely, according to provider orders and facility policy.
  • Record medications given in medication administration records (MARs), document accurately, and report to RNs any medication incidents, errors, and discrepancies.
  • Responsible for notifying RNs of medications needing to be refilled.
  • Maintain a clean and organized medication cart and medication room.
  • Work as part of the health care clinic team; accepting delegation and guidance from registered nursing staff to perform clinic duties including but not limited to: medication administration, lab draw, screening, and on-site lab tests.
  • Perform routine screenings including but not limited to height, weight, vital signs, hearing and vision screening.
  • Document clinical actions in health care record and maintain these records in compliance with the rules of confidentiality and agency standards including obtaining health insurance information, immunization records, and consents.
  • May need to provide transportation to medical appointments as needed.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Medication training certificate preferred
  • Experience working with at-risk, vulnerable, and diverse populations.
  • CPR certification preferred.
  • Experience working in a clinic setting.
  • Ability to operate a personal vehicle for agency business.
  • Must possess a valid and current driver's license as well as adequate automobile insurance on personal vehicle.

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

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YOUTH COUNSELOR- 2 PT Overnights-

St. Joseph’s Home for Children: 
King Hall: PT (30hrs) : Thursday thru Saturday 10:15pm - 8:15am
Teresa Hall: PT (30hrs): Wednesday thru Friday 10:15pm - 8:15am
$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.

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

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YOUTH COUNSELOR-

Hope Street for Homeless Youth
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
Erin E. Precup- Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org
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YOUTH COUNSELOR-

St. Joseph’s Home for Children: 
5 Fulltime positions- Evenings and Weekends (Meagher, Isaiah, and Theresa Halls)
On-Call: Various shifts including days, evenings, weekends and overnights
$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.
Contact
Erin E. Precup- Human Resources
1121 E. 46th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Email: childrens.resumes@cctwincities.org

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