We are looking for individuals who are committed and passionate in serving our community in need.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and completed employment application to:




Catholic Charities provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Program: Senior Services

​Position: Volunteer Coordinator

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has an opening in the Modesto office for the part time position of Volunteer Coordinator for the Senior Assisted Transportation program. This position works to provide door-through-door transportation service for residents who are age 60 or older, or are disabled and are not able to use existing public transit or para-transit.  The Volunteer Coordinator assures volunteer drivers are available to transport clients, and to do so by implementing the volunteer driver program, and by recruiting and training volunteers to provide transportation assistance to help seniors remain independent in their own homes.  The person will also develop and implement volunteer schedules to ensure availability of volunteers for rides, shopping and events and will assist in providing safe, secure, and dependable travel to clients’ destinations.  The Volunteer Coordinator will (a) participate in mandated reporter training on elder abuse issues and reports to appropriate agency, (b) report any van maintenance problems and concerns to coordinator, (c) coordinate with the Program Specialist for scheduling volunteer assignments and serve as a backup driver, and (d) Provide volunteer appreciation activities/events.



  • Excellent driving record.  Must have valid California State Drivers’ license and auto insurance.

  • Knowledge of community organizations and resources in the area we are serving

  • Demonstrated commitment working with seniors (patience, caring, understanding)

  • Experience in working with volunteers and the elderly

  • Ability to speak English and Spanish preferred

  • Ability to complete CPR-First Aid training

  • Proficient in WORD, Excel and overall use of computers and Internet

  • Organized and efficient, clerical, and administrative skills a must.

Program: ESL

Position: CIVICS Teacher


Catholic Charities Naturalization ESL/CIVICS program is seeking to immediately fill an ESL/Civics teacher position to provide class on Monday through Thursday evenings from 6: 00-9:00 pm; two days and up to eight hours a week.

Desired Qualifications: Strong oral and written communication skills, punctuality, excellent work ethic, dependability, flexibility, organization skills, self-motivated, strong inter-personal and cross-cultural skills, energetic and creative, tech friendly, enjoys learning and teaching to adult and foreign students.

Requirements: The Incumbent is to teach and prepare Lawful Permanent Legal Residents (Green Card holders) for the Civics (US History and Government) and English (Reading, Writing and Speaking) components of the Naturalization Exam. Candidate will preferably hold a valid CA Teaching Credential, and/or TEFL/ TESOL/ ESL certificates and/or two years of experience teaching ESL, EFL or ESOL curriculums. To apply, please submit resume and application to:  HRCatholicCharities@ccstockton.org  with “ESL/CIVICS Teacher position” on subject line. This position will remain open until posting is filled.

San Joaquin County

Stockton (Main)

1106 N. El Dorado St.

Stockton, CA 95202


Stanislaus County

Modesto (New Location)

1506 H Street

Modesto, CA 95354


Mother Lode


88 Bradford Street

Sonora, CA 95370


St. Anne's Place

531 W. Lockeford St.

Lodi, CA 95240


Email: info@ccstockton.org   |   Tax ID #: 94-1629114

Over 19,000 Individuals

Served Each Year!


Seniors with transportation, homemaker services, case management services, and elder abuse prevention.


Veterans and their families housed


individuals with access to health
care, counseling and parenting services, nutrition education,


Low income families with health care access


Immigrants with

legal services and