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Under the guidance of the Chief Program Officer, the Community Engagement & EFDN Coordinator oversees Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego’s program for community engagement among agency programs and administration. Coordinates the Emergency Food Distribution Network, functions as the liaison between Catholic Charities, San Diego Food Bank, Feeding San Diego, and parishes to coordinate all aspects of the EFDN program. Works collaboratively with the Volunteer & EFDN Coordinator. And other duties as assigned by the Chief Program Officer.
The Facilities & Admin Assistant – El Centro is responsible for maintenance and cleaning of all Catholic Charities facilities, vehicles and equipment in Imperial County, and also assist the agency with any programmatic needs in Imperial County. Serves as the worker in the duties of care, upkeep, and cleaning of assigned tasks and related maintenance duties, and other programmatic duties assigned as needed.
Responsible for conducting quality assurance-related functions associated with the Senior Nutrition Program, including compliance with program and agency standards, quality of services to seniors, data entry and assessment of eligibility.
The Outreach Educator will promote the California For All Public Outreach and Education Campaign by providing emergency preparedness training and resources to diverse and vulnerable populations in the San Diego and Imperial counties. Outreach and education partnerships will focus on Community Based Organizations with an established relationship with vulnerable populations such as the refugee, immigrant, migrant farm worker, low income and senior populations.
This is a full-time, exempt position. The immigration attorney reports to the Senior Attorney and Department Director. Conducts legal assessment of detained and non-detained clients as well as Unaccompanied Minors in both San Diego and Imperial County, and review of complex cases to determine eligibility for immigration benefits and need for referral to other legal providers.
Case Manager (Bilingual-Creole)
The Case Manager is the primary point of contact within the Refugee Services Department for clients accessing services through the R&P, Wilson-Fish and/or Match Grant programs, and is responsible for working directly with clients to develop practical service plans that function as road maps to overcoming barriers and achieving self-sufficiency as quickly as possible.
Service Coordinator – Bilingual English/Vietnamese
The Service Coordinator’s role is to assist 100 to 250 residents to remain independent, socially engaged, and healthy. Residents include elderly and non-elderly people with disabilities which may include cognitive impairments such as mental illness, depression, Alzheimer’s and dementia. To this aim, the Service Coordinator role includes linking residents’ needs to appropriate supportive services; creating opportunities for social interaction; and scheduling informative presentations. Note: The resident’s overall participation and cooperation is voluntary, therefore, building rapport and trust is essential. Service Coordinators become members of the American Association of Service Coordinators.
Residential Technician / Evening Shift – North County, Carlsbad
Under the supervision of the Operation’s Supervisor, the Residential Technician I provides a range of services to the Participants of La Posada de Guadalupe program.
Catholic Charities provides competitive benefits for all eligible employees. The benefits package includes medical, dental and vision coverage, a retirement plan and life insurance, /AD&D, Flexible Spending Accounts, Medical and Dependent Care, 15 paid holidays.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego is a non-profit, non-discriminatory service organization and employer. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. Persons seeking employment are entitled to freedom from harassment and retaliation and reasonable accommodation for qualified disabilities.
Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego will consider for employment, qualified applicants with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of the California Fair Change Act (AB 1008) Initiative for Hiring. (Ban the Box).