There are many ways to get involved with our agency, programs, and mission.

Whether it be volunteering your time and experience to a particular program, helping with an event, or a career in one of our many quality programs, we want to hear from you.

Careers

WE ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN HEARING FROM PEOPLE THAT ALIGN WITH OUR GOALS, AND ARE READY TO BRING THEIR SKILLS TO THE PEOPLE WE SERVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO BROWSE OUR CURRENT OPENINGS. YOU CAN ALSO UPLOAD YOUR RESUME AND LET US KNOW WHAT PROGRAM YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN JOINING WHEN POSITIONS BECOME AVAILABLE.

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Residence Counselor

A Residence Counselor is responsible for working with program participants in maximizing the resident's independence and facilitating a return to family, school and community. The residence counselor reports to the Program Manager.

Responsibilities/Duties:

Participate with the supervisor in the intake/admission process of new residents.
Assess and orient new residents as primary counselor.
Develop, with the resident and family, an individual service plan based on the resident's stated needs, goals and objectives.
Teach, assist and supervise residents in areas such as assertiveness training, daily living skills, health services, socialization, symptom management and other areas of need.
Maintain resident records in areas such as intake and baseline assessment, medical services, medications, progress notes, financial information and general service notes.
Participate in ongoing assessment of residents progress and modify individual service plans to meet the changing needs of the program participants.
Develop and implement with the resident and treatment team an effective discharge plan.
Assure a safe, healthy living environment for all program participants and provide immediate assistance and intervention in any crisis situation.
Attend meetings such as med reviews, medical appointments,vocational meetings and similar events at the request of the resident and the resident’s family.
Attend regular staff meetings, in-services and training.
Fulfill other duties as assigned by the Program Manager and deemed necessary to provide quality service and efficient procedure.
Represent Catholic Charities with empathy and compassion and ensure confidentiality when dealing with other employees, clients and the public
Required to maintain accurate statistical records and files on program participants and activities, including but not limited to: individual client records, progress on goal, progress notes, billing notes, billing records, medication records, daily log, communication log, expense sheets, purchase orders, petty cash, client funds, mileage records, and menus.

Qualifications:

An Associate's Degree and experience or a High School diploma (or equivalent) and at least two years human service experience required. Residence Counselor's must possess a valid NYS Driver's license. Good verbal and written skills are a must.

F/T, P/T & Per-Diem Residential Direct Support Professionals

The Direct Support Professional is responsible for the direct care and supervision of individuals residing in the residential program. Regular duties include personal care, medication administration, habilitation and support services, transportation, planning, housekeeping and program documentation. DSP's regularly transport and attend resident's medical and personal appointments.

Qualifications: A High School diploma or equivalent, 1 year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities or similar working experience preferred and a valid NYS Drivers License.

We are looking for candidates for our Sherburne and Norwich residential homes.

P/T and Per-Diem Community Habilitation Aid

Part-Time and Per-Diem positions available. Community Habilitation Workers assist individuals who are diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities as they access the community and to help them acquire skills that they need to live their lives independently. Preferred candidates for these positions must be 21 years of old, have a valid NYS drivers license and a high school diploma or equivalent. Experience working with individuals who have disabilities is preferred, however training can be provided. Applicants must also be willing to receive training in CPR, First Aid, SCIP-R and any additional training's required by the agency.

These are very rewarding and flexible positions and are also a great way to gain a supplemental income or have the potential to gain up to full-time employment. Workers are typically selected by the individual and their family and matched based on common interest's and availability.

Non-Medicaid Case Manager/Outreach Coordinator

Non-Medicaid Case Manager/Outreach Coordinator

Adult and Children’s Program

Job Description:

Case Manager will be responsible for delivering person centered and individualized approaches to assess and plan interventions to help clients (children and adults) to cope with social, emotional, economic and environmental problems associated with their behavioral health diagnosis. Case Manager is also responsible for documentation in electronic medical records. Case Manager will assist clients/families with obtaining community assistance by making referrerals, and coordinating with appropriate resources.  Case Manager will develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with the client’s support and established provider team, including community based organizations, social service agencies and other service providers in order to coordinate services across multiple agencies/service providers. Case Manager will be supervised and report to the Health Home Supervisors.

 

Case manager will also be responsible for outreach for the health home program (children’s and adult’s) which includes making first contact with individuals, describing what services are available, obtaining documentation to enroll individuals, and completing assessments and plans of care in a timely manner while scheduling transition to a permanent care manager.

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Coordinating services for eligible clients with a behavioral health diagnosis.
  • Establishes and maintains collaborative inter-agency relationships and the client’s individual plan of care team.
  • Exceptional communications skills, both verbal and written
  • Strong facilitation skills and teambuilding skills
  • Critical thinking skills - ability to manage in a fast paced, demanding environment with a sound through process and composure
  • Timeliness of documentation and uploading into Electronic Medical Records
  • Stooping, bending, reaching, walking, manual dexterity and visual acuity; sitting for extending periods of time at computer terminal
  • Ability to travel within Chenango County and surrounding counties.
  • Represent Catholic Charities mission with empathy and compassion, and ensure confidentiality when dealing with other employees, clients and the public.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelors degree required

At least one year of human service experience preferred.

Driver’s license

Knowledge of community resources and computer skills.

BENEFITS:

  • Generous sick and vacation time
  • Flexible work schedule which includes a hybrid obtion (after 90 day period)
  • Access to a wellness center 24 hours a day
  • Work cell phone
  • 401K
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurace
  • Vision
  • Life insurance

If you have an interest in applying for one of our available positions, please submit a complete application and attach a current resume using one of the following options:

You can submit your application online by clicking here. Please make sure you attach your current resume.

or;

Applicants can download an application using the button below and mail their completed application with attached resume to:

Catholic Charities of Chenango County
Attn: Katie Chaffee
3 O'Hara Drive
Norwich, NY 13815

or;

email the completed application with resume to: Katie Chaffee at kchaffee@ccofcc.com

Donate

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ESTATE PLANNING AND CATHOLIC CHARITIES

When developing your Estate Financial plan, please keep in mind Catholic Charities Of Chenango County by considering the following options:

• Provisions in your will
• Donation of cash
• Name Catholic Charities Of Chenango County the beneficiary of an insurance policy
• Donation of land and/or equipment
• Set up a Charitable Remainder Trust

Please contact us at 607-334-8244 for further information regarding provisions for Catholic Charities in you estate planning.

Volunteer

Both short term and long term volunteers are an essential part of our organization. Below are some of the volunteer opportunities typically available at our agency. Please feel free to fill out the volunteer application form or contact us at 607-334-8244.

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE

  • Fundraising event volunteer
  • Interns
  • Roots and Wings self-help center
  • Special Events
  • Guest Speakers or Trainers