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: The Homecoming Program
Position: Transitional Care Specialist
Catholic Charities is seeking a Transitional Care Specialist in the Homecoming Program. This is a full time position. This position is responsible for providing adults, seniors and their caregivers support and social services to avoid re-hospitalization after a discharge from St. Joseph’s Medical Center. This position will coordinate, advocate and provide services that will reflect each client's needs. The responsibilities include: Serving as the primary contact for clients and their caregivers, conducting client intakes, making initial home visits and referrals, following-up on medical requests, following as well as charting client progress and processing payments to vendors.
1. Two years working with the elderly population or Bachelor's Degree in social work, psychology, or related field.
2. 1-2 year’s successful office experience, preferably in a social service organization.
3. Demonstrated ability to speak, read, and write Spanish and/or English fluently.
4. Demonstrated competence with Microsoft word, Excel, and Publisher.
5. Able to work independently and follow instructions.
7. Valid California drivers' license and own transportation.
8. Must pass LiveScan (fingerprinting & criminal background check).
Submit resume to: email@example.com.
Program: San Joaquin
Position: Program Specialist
Catholic Charities is seeking a Program Specialist for the Transportation Program in San Joaquin County. This is a full-time position. This position assures door-through-door transportation service for the elderly. The responsibilities include: Supports the daily operation of the transportation program, conducts community engagement, outreach & recruitment, Determines eligibility of clients & supports the Coordinator with schedules, serves as a backup driver. Required qualifications: Valid California Drivers License, reliable means of transportation and a clean driving record. Desired qualifications: Well-organized & efficient clerical & administrative skills, Proficient in Word, Excel & overall use of computers & internet, Ability to read a map and follow directions, preferably able to speak in English & Spanish. Submit resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program: Catholic Charities Food Bank
Position: Food Bank Coordinator
Catholic Charities is seeking a Food Bank Coordinator. This is a part-time position to work a maximum of 15 hours per week. The Food Bank Coordinators' primary responsibility is to assist the Program Manager with the day-to-day operations of the Food Bank. The responsibilities include receiving, sorting, and storing food items, Assist with the Food Bank registrations, and pick up food donations. Desired qualifications: Applicant must possess a valid CA driver’s license, insurance, and willingness to drive an agency vehicle to pick-up Food, and be able to lift up to 45lbs.
Submit resume to: email@example.com.
Program: San Joaquin Transportation
Position: Program Driver
Catholic Charities is seeking a Program Driver in the San Joaquin Transportation. This is a Part time position. This position assures elderly at risk clients have transportation to the grocery store and medical appointments. The responsibilities include: Assures transport resources are available to elderly at-risk citizens. Transports senior clients to designated destinations. Provides safe, secure and dependable travel to clients’ destinations. Driver makes sure clients are always buckled into their seats and wheel chairs are safely secure. Participates in mandated reporter training on elder abuse issues and reports to appropriate agency. Driver will notify coordinator if client does not answer door, ill, lost or hurt. Reports any van maintenance problems and concerns to coordinator. Desired qualifications: Excellent driving record. Must have valid California State Drivers’ License and auto insurance. Ability to read a map and follow directions. Sit for long periods of time. Demonstrated commitment working with seniors (patience, understanding, caring). Submit resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program: Multipurpose Senior Services Program
Position: Care Manager Assistant
Catholic Charities is seeking a Care Manager Assistant in the Multipurpose Senior Services Program. This is a Full time position. The Care Manager Aide (CMA) supports and assists the program Social Work Care Managers with the delivery of services to frail elderly clients. The responsibilities include: Answering phones, completing client intakes, assuring all PA requests and documents are processed
in a timely manner, filing of participant information and entering data into the MSSP program. Mailing important documents and running monthly Medi-Cal eligibility.
Desired qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a human services discipline or two years of experience working with the elderly. Must be able to pass live-scan (FBI and DOJ). Computer literate. Excellent communication, organizational skills, and time management as well as fluency in both English and Spanish is highly desirable.
Program: Disaster Prevention and Recovery San Joaquin & Stanislaus Counties
Position: Program Manager
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has an opening for a Full-time Program Manager for the Disaster Prevention and Recovery Program (DPRP). The office location for this position is in Modesto.
The Program Manager oversees multiple services in the Disaster Prevention & Recovery Program, which include; The Disaster Case Management program which assists FEMA eligible fire victims in Stanislaus County, the Covid Care services which provides financial assistance to individuals, the Housing for the Harvest program for agricultural workers in San Joaquin County, and the Covid-19 outreach and education program, Together Toward Health in San Joaquin County.
The Program Manager supervises staff and provides oversight of service delivery and implementation. The Program Manager is responsible for contract compliance and monitoring of program budgets, as well as preparing and submitting reports as required by funding sources. The ideal Candidate must be bi-lingual in Spanish, have experience in strategic planning and program development.
Master’s degree in administration, or in a health or human services field plus 2 years of success administrative experience in related field. OR
Bachelor’s degree in administration, or in a health or human services field plus 4 year of successful administrative experience in related field.
Knowledgeable of community resources and services available within San Joaquin & Stanislaus Counties.
Ability to communicate (speak and write) in English and Spanish required.
Proficiency in Word, Excel, and overall use of computers and social media and internet
Organized, efficient, administrative skills a must.
Demonstrated commitment toward assisting families affected by COVID-19 Pandemic and those affected by the 2020 Statewide California fires.
Familiarity of the state, county, and local community-based agencies servicing disaster survivors highly preferred.
Contract management, compliance and experience in preparing and managing budgets, contracts and grants.
Knowledge and/or familiarity of harm reduction and motivational interviewing concepts and
strategies. Previous experience assessing and referring individuals to various communities
resources, a plus.
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:
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Program: Multipurpose Seniors Services Program
Position: Nurse Care Manager
Salary: $40 per hour
Catholic Charities is seeking a Nurse Care Manager/RN in the Multipurpose Senior Services Program. This is a Part time position. Under direction of the Supervising Care Manager, the Nurse Care Manager (NCM) is responsible for conducting in depth assessments/reassessments for participant’s medical, physical and health needs. The NCM works closely with the Social Worker Care Managers and certifies the level of care for assigned participants. The responsibilities include: Performs physical assessments as necessary and interpreting clinical findings. Participates in developing care plans and implementing the services: case recordings and reporting. Desired qualifications: Must possess a current CA RN license and pass a background check. Bachelor’s degree in nursing (preferred). Experienced working with seniors and care management. Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Must have a valid California Driver’s License and current personal automobile insurance coverage. Must have reliable transportation and willing to travel throughout San Joaquin County. Computer literate .Submit resume to: email@example.com.
Program: Parent Support Program
Position: Childcare Provider
Catholic Charities is seeking a Childcare Provider for the Parent Support Program. This is a Part-Time position. This position collaborates with other program staff in the planning and implementation of parenting education courses in San Joaquin County. The responsibilities include: providing responsible and culturally sensitive care for children during parenting education events/classes. As well as conducting outreach events to promote the program and identify community members over the age of 18 to participate in program courses. Desired qualifications: minimum one year experience in working with at risk populations, parents, or youth. Good organization and communication skills. The position requires the applicant be fluent in Spanish. Submit resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program: Parent Support Program
Position: Program Instructor
Rate of Pay $20 - $23
Catholic Charities is seeking a Program Instructor for the Parent Education Program. This is a full-time, 30-hour-a-week position. The Program Instructor will plan, organize, and provide parenting education courses to community members of San Joaquin County. The responsibilities include Providing Nurturing Parenting Education courses to community members of San Joaquin County. Develop and maintain an effective working relationship with local parishes and community partners to provide lectures in. Provide client referrals and community links to services as needed. In collaboration with program staff, will compile data and prepare program reports. Desired qualifications: Commitment to the mission of Catholic Charities. Bachelor’s degree in either Social Work, Human Services, Counseling, Behavioral Science, or equivalent education and training in these areas. Minimum one year of teaching experience and/or teaching educational background. Must be knowledgeable of community services available for parents. Applicant must be bilingual in Spanish and English. Submit your resume to: email@example.com.
Program: ESL/Naturalization Program
Position: ESL Teacher
Salary: $22 - $23
Catholic Charities is seeking an ESL Teacher in the ESL/Naturalization Program. This is a part-time position to provide classes on Monday through Thursday evenings; two days and up to eight hours a week. To teach and prepare Lawful Permanent Legal residents for the Civics (U.S. History and Government) and English (Reading, Writing, and speaking) components of the Naturalization Exam.
The responsibilities include, not limited to:
1. Assesses student English level and develops an individual plan for each English Learner, monitors and updates plans as needed.
2. Teaches students utilizing current effective teaching methods, following established curriculum.
3. Provides a lesson plan and adapt it to existing teaching materials.
4. Administers and/or coordinates administration of proficiency tests and interprets proficiency test results.
5. Maintains/monitors records of students (attendance, grades, hours studied, proficiency progress) in a timely manner.
6. Attends meetings
7. Completes required daily classroom logs
8. Communicates student issues and absences to the Program Coordinator
9. Cooperates with classroom volunteers.
10. Assists in providing academics for project funding
11. Complies with funding regulations regarding ESL/Civics records, reports, and services.
12. Provide the Coordinator with weekly (verbal or in writing) statistics/data on attendance, hours of class, CASAS testing, and benchmark data of each student for reporting purposes.
13. Oversees class supply and inventory and maintains current class equipment inventory.
14. Host tele/video conference classes 5 minutes before class begins.
15. Responsible for monitoring student class assignments.
15. Responsible for opening classrooms ten minutes before class, and locking up all classrooms at the end of class.
Required qualifications: Candidate will be required to hold a valid CA Teaching Credential, and/or TEFL/ TESOL/ ESL certificates and/or two years of experience teaching ESL, EFL, or ESOL curriculums. Submit your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.