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Emergency Services:

  • Outreach Worker
    The core function is to provide street outreach to homeless individuals/families possibly residing in places not meant for human habitation. The OW will provide unsheltered individuals/families with assistance and education related to gaining access to available housing or shelter in Chemung County.
  • Resident Assistant (part-time/weekends)
    will provide awake supervision and support to the participants of the Shelter and CBRP during their non-traditional scheduled hours at the 605 College Avenue worksite. The Resident Assistant will provide assistance to participants, as needed in areas intended to promote housing stability and transition towards independence.
  • Victim Services Advocate
    The Advocate provides direct services to victims of crime in Chemung/Schuyler Counties.

Gateways:

  • Admissions Specialist
    Under the supervision of the Senior Residential Supervisor, the Admissions Specialist is dedicated to offering Catholic Charities residential housing recipients the resources and support needed to rebuild their lives and become self-sufficient members of the community.
  • Housing Case Manager
    Their core function is the coordination of care for resident services. The HCM will 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). (several full time (35 hours) openings available)
  • Residential Aide
    The primary function is to assist and support the duties, tasks, and responsibilities of a full-time staff member during his/her absence or while working together. Duties may be performed while working alone or with a co-worker and may be performed during a day-time or overnight shift. (part-time, 20 hours)
  • Residential Case Manager
    Their core function is the coordination of care for resident services. The RCM III will 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). The Community Residence (CR) is designed to provide a home-like atmosphere where residents can stabilize their psychiatric illness and begin learning skills necessary to function in the community. The Community Residence operates under the philosophy of the therapeutic milieu and with a rehabilitative focus, consistent with the individual’s desire, tolerance, and capacity to participate in such services. Goals of the CR include normalization, community integration, and empowerment.
  • Senior Housing Supervisor Level I
    The Senior Housing Supervisor’s (SHS) core function is the supervision of Housing Case Managers and HCBS Specialists. The SHS is responsible for ensuring that residential housing programs and resident file documentation follow all contractual and regulatory obligations.

    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 is committed to providing a work environment that is free of unlawful discrimination and harassment. Respecting the dignity of the human person, employment decisions are based on business need, merit, qualifications, competence, and performance, where applicable.

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.