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:

hrcatholiccharities@ccstockton.org

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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: ESL/CIVICS Program

Position: ESL/CIVICS Teacher

Catholic Charities Naturalization ESL/CIVICS Program is seeking to immediately fill three ESL/Civics teacher positions to provide class on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6: 00-9:00 PM at St. Luke’s school, 4005 N. Sutter Street, Stockton, CA 95204. And another to be filled in Modesto on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00-9:00 PM at Mark Twain Junior High, 707 S. Emerald Avenue, Modesto, CA.

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, enjoys learning and teaching, and can develop relationships with adult 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.  Must have a valid CA Teaching Credential. Candidate will preferably hold a certificate in English as a Second Language and/or experience with teaching ESL. Curriculum will be provided. To apply, please submit resume and application to:  HRCatholicCharities@ccstockton.org  with “ESL/CIVICS Substitute Teacher position” on subject line. Do not apply in person at school. This position will remain open until posting is filled.

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Program: Transportation Senior Services Program

Position:  Driver

 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has an opening in the Modesto office for the full-time position of Driver 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 driver transports clients to designated destinations, ensures safe, secure and dependable travel, making sure clients are always buckled into their seats and wheel charis are secured.  The driver also reports any van maintenance problems and concerns to the coordinator and may serve as backup coordinator, scheduling appointments and volunteer drivers.  The incumbent participates in mandated reporter training on elder abuse issues and reports to appropriate agency.

Qualifications

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

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

  • Ability to read a map and follow directions

  • 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: 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.

 

Qualifications

  • 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: Parent Education

Position: Program Assistant

The Program Assistant collaborates with the Program Coordinator, assists in the development and implementation of the Parent Support Program in San Joaquin County. Would provide case management to include referrals and links to community support services, medical care, and necessary resources. The Program Assistant will also monitor and maintain documentation of assessment information, case notes and communication logs to ensure compliance with agency practices, policies and procedures, standards and guidelines. Desired qualifications are: Bachelors Degree; minimum of one year working with at risk population, parents and youth; Bilingual (Spanish and English) Resumes should be emailed to: hrcatholiccharities@ccstockton.org.

Program: Transportation

Position: Program Assistant

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has an immediate opening in the Modesto office for the full-time position of Program Assistant for the Senior Assisted Transportation program. This position works to assure elderly at risk clients have transportation to the grocery store and medical appointments. This person assists with clerical and administrative tasks, data entry, data collection, and correspondence to and from clients.  The Program Assistant will handle incoming calls for rides, schedule rides for clients, conduct client intake, serve as a back-up for drivers to transport clients to designated destinations, and other administrative tasks to support the program.  The incumbent will participate in mandated reporter training on elder abuse issues and reports to appropriate agencies.

Qualifications

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

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

  • Ability to read a map and follow directions

  • 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.

Please submit resume to HRcatholiccharitiesccstockton.org.

Program: Administration

Position: IT Support Technician

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has an immediate opening for a Part-time IT Support Technician.   
This Position provides technical support to the Executive Director and to the Catholic Charities Offices.
The Position requires a service-oriented and self-motivated professional to liaison with the IT Solution Currie (IT Computer Consultant & Maintenance Company). Incumbent will work on maintaining and monitoring the computer systems and network for the agency. You will be tasked with solving technical issues and will also collaborate with team members across all departments to assist them with their technical requirements.  As an IT Support, you will use your knowledge and specialized skills to implement technical solutions and provide high quality support for computer hardware, operating systems, or enterprise application software. This position requires the ability to work independently, exercising sound judgment, time management, and initiative.  Desired qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or IT related field. 3 years of experience in a technical support role. Must have reliable transportation and valid California Driver’s License.

Program: Development

Position: Development Assistant

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton has an opening in the Stockton Office for a part-time position of Development Director Assistant.  This position offers support to the Development Director, which brings in funds and resources from donors to sustain growth.  The Development Assistant will handle a variety of tasks related to corporate and individual giving.  Duties include, but not limited to:

  • Engaging with potential donors

  • Tracking contributions

  • Preparing and managing mailing list

  • Assisting with event planning

  • Liaising with consultants

  • Assisting with volunteers

  • Timely acknowledgement of contributions

  • Assisting with social media

  • Assisting with website

  • Assisting with newsletter and other marketing material

Must be knowledgeable in In Design, Publisher, Social Medial pages, organized and efficient, and great communication, both verbally and written.

San Joaquin County

Stockton (Main)

1106 N. El Dorado St.

Stockton, CA 95202

209-444-5900

Stanislaus County

Modesto (New Location)

1506 H Street

Modesto, CA 95354

209-529-3784

Mother Lode

Sonora

88 Bradford Street

Sonora, CA 95370

209-532-7632

St. Anne's Place

531 W. Lockeford St.

Lodi, CA 95240

209-224-8506

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 
citizenship