Emergency Services:

  • Point of Entry Clerk
    act as the point of entry to assist HEAP clients and the Facilitated Enrollers, by providing support services to meet requested needs. (Full-time position)
  • Shelter Worker
    provide assistance to residents, as needed, in areas intended to promote housing stability and transition towards independence. (Full-time and Part-time available)


  • Care Manager
    provide care management services to children or adults living in Chemung County who have been diagnosed with two or more chronic illnesses, Serious Mental Illness or HIV/AIDS.
  • Relief Worker
    assume the duties, tasks, and responsibilities of a regular staff member during his/her absence.
  • Residential Aide (Community Residence)
    provide a continuity of service through hands-on assistance to residents of the program while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Residential Case Manager III
    provide education (teaching knowledge and skills), support (recognizing successes and assisting with challenges) and accountability (ensuring that all individuals are receiving the services they need and the program is in compliance with all contractual and regulatory obligations).
  • Residential Case Manager III (SILP)
    provide supportive case management services to those participants of the Catholic Charities’ Supervised Independent Living Program by providing hands-on assistance in all life skills areas.
  • Senior Housing Supervisor
    responsible for ensuring that residential housing programs and resident file documentation are in compliance with all contractual and regulatory obligations.

Other Openings:

  • Housing Counselor (Housing Counseling Services)
    responsible for designated program administration functions, outreach/education to recruit program participants, direct counseling of consumers related to mortgage foreclosure prevention, financial fitness, homeownership; post-purchase education/training and homeowner association events; networking with lenders, realtors and community partners.
  • NOEP Facilitator (Schuyler)
    first-line advocate for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program in Schuyler County assuring that all who qualify for this federal program are served.

    All positions require a background check and fingerprinting based on State and Federal funding sources. Please APPLY ONLINE. Applicants will be prompted to upload a résumé and cover letter during the online application process. If you encounter any difficulties during the online application process, please send your résumé and cover letter to our HR Department.

Catholic Charities provides a number of needed programs and services in this community with a priority toward the poor. Catholic Charities serves people of all faiths and backgrounds, does not discriminate, and is inclusive of all people.