In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, CCS shifted shelter services to focus on 24 hour low-barrier shelter, with private spaces for individuals and families. The shift away from congregate shelter created growth opportunities for the expansion of shelter services into new locations where we are able to provide a deeper levels of service, with the goal of quickly ending the crisis of homelessness by finding an appropriate housing match based on each household’s unique circumstance. The Division Director will provide leadership to several shelter programs, and will specifically bring leadership across CCS King County around issues related to family homelessness.
The Division Director is responsible for the management of several shelter programs including: New Bethlehem Place, New Bethlehem Day Center, Sacred Heart Shelter, The Inn Shelter, and Bunny Wilburn Home Shelter and Referral Center. In addition this position will be provide leadership around family homelessness, including best practices in low-barrier family shelter, responding to domestic violence in shelters, mandatory reporting to CPS, knowledge of rights under McKinney Vento, and other relevant topics. The Division Director takes a lead role in exploring new program opportunities for families experiencing homelessness. This requires managing many relationships with fundraising groups, community leaders and funders.
The Division Director is responsible for staff supervision, preparing and managing program budgets, preparing funding applications, maintaining relationships with contract monitors, being the staff liaison to fundraising groups, local advocacy, and ensuring the upkeep of shelter facilities. This position manages approximately $5 million of funding annually.
South King County Enhanced Shelter 24/7 enhanced shelter and SKC Rapid Rehousing Shelter for single adults and couples without children experiencing homelessness. The shelter operates using low barrier, harm reduction principles with services focused on helping participants obtain permanent housing. Participants are people with behavioral health issues and/or disabilities - many who have chronic and acute mental illness, active addiction issues, and/or trauma. The primary focus of this program is to obtain long term, stable permanent housing with appropriate support services for program participants.
This position manages a total of 23 employees serving in a variety of positions.
The Program Manager is responsible for the management of all aspects of the of the SKC Shelter, with the goal of providing a safe environment for participants and providing services that will help participants identify and move quickly into appropriate permanent housing.
The Program Manager is responsible for staff supervision, regular recruitment and hiring of staff, management of volunteers, preparing and managing program budgets and spending, preparing funding applications, maintaining relationships with contract monitors, being the staff liaison to fundraising groups, local advocacy, and ensuring the upkeep and maintenance of the facilities. This position manages approximately $2 million of funding annually, which comes from multiple funding sources including local, county, state and federal funding.
The Program Manager takes a lead role in developing a staff culture that works with a sense of urgency toward getting participants permanently housed, advocating for increased low barrier harm reduction services and permanent housing opportunities that can accommodate this vulnerable population, and managing strong relationships with community leaders and funders. Throughout King County, BIPoC communities are disproportionately experiencing homelessness due to systemic racism. The Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that the staff team reflects the diversity of the clients accessing the shelter and that the services are delivered in a cultural competency manner.
Catholic Housing Services believes everyone deserves the right to a safe, affordable place to call home. Inspired by this vision, CHS develops, owns and manages affordable housing programs for low-income families and individuals; currently including 2,500 units of housing in 60 different buildings across Western Washington. We provide supportive services for people who have experienced homelessness, low-income seniors, farm worker families, and those who have special physical and mental needs.
Janitorial needs for residential building with 80 studio and one (1) bedroom units, four (4) story high rise with community shared kitchens, lounge, bike storage, garbage and laundry rooms. There are property management and supportive sen,'ice offices, a conference room, restrooms, employee breakroom, reception, computer lab and lobby area. Exterior grounds with parking, raised gardens, designated smoking, dog area and controlled entrance. This position will perform general cleaning of all common areas and vacant units, manage the garbage and recycling areas and schedule for pick-up, assist with tenant education and understanding of care and features of the property, manage supplies and inventory, and provide tenants with a safe, positive and sanitary living environment. Perform these tasks with minimum supervision, applying solid work experience and training. This is a low-barrier permanent supportive, harm reduction property that serves adults coming out of chronic homelessness with a disability, and a set-aside for 36 veterans. The units are subsidized by the King County Housing Authority. All common areas and units must meet HQS standards.
The Greenwood Apartments is a 60 unit permanent housing program operated by Catholic Housing Services that focuses on addressing the issue of homelessness among people enrolled in local continued education programs. Referrals come from Seattle Community Colleges that have identified a student as experiencing homelessness, and who fits the eligibility criteria for the Greenwood Apartments. Catholic Community Services provides Case Management and referral management for this program. The focus is to assist tenants in maintaining their permanent housing and insuring basic human needs are met.
Michael’s Place provides transitional housing to 18 homeless male identified veterans. The focus of the program is to assist veterans in finding a permanent place to call home. The program is funded through a Grant Per Diem contract with the Veterans Administration. The program is targeted towards Veterans with a specific diagnosis related to a substance use disorder and/or a mental health diagnosis. Veterans must actively choose to engage in clinical services.
The Full Time Veterans’ Advocate provides staff coverage in the evenings making sure that there is staff presence throughout the day. This position will provide support to both Veterans and staff at Michael’s Place.
The Human Resources team for Catholic Community Services provides professional HR support to more than 300+ employees that do amazing work in our mission to serve.
An enthusiastic full-cycle Recruiter that can immediately contribute to our growth and success of Catholic Community Services by proactively driving customized recruiting strategies that engages with communities of color and delivering an exceptional experience to candidates and hiring managers alike. You thrive in a mission-based, high-volume innovative environment, priding yourself on your work ethic and always willing to go the extra mile. You’re connected; you have strong networking skills and truly enjoy interacting with people and developing quality, lasting relationships. You love technology - able to successfully source candidates while adding a personal touch when needed. And you’re fun to be around – which is important, because the rest of us are, too!
WHO WE ARE:
We are a values-driven organization, providing family oriented behavioral health care for children, youth and families, provided primarily in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Aberdeen, Bremerton, Burien, Olympia, Shelton, Tacoma, Tukwila, University Place, Vancouver, Yelm, WA and Portland Oregon. We offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ almost 600 energetic and compassionate employees.
WHAT WE VALUE:
Compassion Diversity Excellence Justice Stewardship
We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise. At times we serve as a catalyst for change, offering new approaches and challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health. We behave with Humility, Passion for our Mission, and Compassion and Respectful Interactions. We value learning and offer alternatives and we stand strong to help child-serving systems understand our alternative paradigm while strengthening partnerships. We do not compromise our values!
WHAT WE OFFER:
- Base Pay Rate: $19.56 per hour
- Availability Pay of $75.00 per pay period for working hours to meet family's needs
- Earn additional pay for performance.
- 11 paid holidays; plus 2 personal holidays each year!
- 15 days vacation (to start) and 12 sick days per year!
- Vision Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Retirement Plans: 403-B Employee Savings Plan and an Employer Contribution Pension
- Relocation assistance
Training and Supervision:
- Extensive training in multiple areas
- Weekly supervision and support, as needed
- Immediate assistance and supervision/consultation available at any time
Certified Peer Counselors (Youth Partners) are individuals with personal history as a youth/child who has been a recipient of behavioral health, child welfare, complex medical coordination or juvenile justice services who use that personal experience in building support with families. Successful applicants must have first person experience as a youth who received system services and prepared to disclose their personal experiences with youth, parents and others.
Catholic Housing Services believes everyone deserves the right to a safe, affordable place to call home. Inspired by this vision, CHS develops, owns and manages affordable housing programs for low-income families and individuals; currently including 2,100 units of housing in 50 different buildings across Western Washington. We provide supportive services for people who have experienced homelessness, low income seniors, farm worker families, and those who have special physical and mental needs.
Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services work together in partnership to provide permanent supportive housing to individuals and families who have experienced homelessness in King County. We believe that everyone deserves a safe, affordable place to call home. We understand that people experiencing homelessness come to us with complex histories, and that it takes a highly collaborative, creative team to help end the cycle of homelessness permanently. Grounded in this philosophy, the CHS Property Manager provides leadership and vision to a multi-disciplinary cross-agency team that works together to creatively support each individual or family in our housing
Assistant Property Managers at each site provides assistance in the property management activities on site, and coordinate with the maintenance team for service to their buildings. This is a full -time position that provides administrative functions at the location(s) described above. The Assistant Property Manager is responsible for assisting the property manager in the day-to-day administrative operations, including the lease-up of new tenants and recertification of current tenants, turnover of units, maintenance and building operations, processing accounts payables, accepting rent, and participating as a member of the management team. He/she will seek to provide tenants with a safe, positive and healthy living environment.
As this is a Service rich housing program, close coordination, communication and cooperation with the CCS Program Director is required in the day-to-day operations of the building, tenant interactions and program delivery.
The Immigration Case manager works with site supervisor and Director of Immigration Services to provide immigration legal services to the immigrant and refugee community. Case Manager will assist clients with completing forms, maintain communication with clients, attend workshop, training, and meetings; conduct outreach, manage all aspects of his/her caseload files.
Additional duties to assist site supervisor with bank deposit of service fees received, paying office bills, as requested. Must be DOJ Accredited or to be obtained.
What we need from you
- Diplomacy - You come from a place of understanding and find it easy to bring people together to understand your point of view.
- Empathy - You always wear your best intentions, you try to understand where people are coming from and know it makes you great at your job.
- Communication - You’re a skilled communicator and presenter, you know how to speak to everyone inside and out of the organization.
- Curiosity - You dive deep into subjects and are interested in obtaining comprehensive knowledge of company offerings and industry trends.
- Energy - You’re great at multitasking, and can pivot and prioritize to make things happen.
- Passion - You’re passionate about client relations, always focused on enhancing our client experience.
What you’ll love about us
You’ll join a team where everyone is an integral part of making the world a better place. You’ll be part of a courageous, brilliant, focused, perseverant, and supportive team that is committed to making things happen. Your voice and ideas will matter.
Catholic Immigration Legal Services (CILS) is a U.S. Department of Justice recognized program that provides and coordinates high quality legal representation on immigration matters in King and Skagit Counties. Catholic Immigration Legal Services has DOJ accredited representatives and a supervising attorney for immigration
The CILS Staff Attorney’s primary duty is to represent clients in their immigration matters according to the priorities of the CILS program. Current priorities are citizenship, DACA clients, renewal of documents (green cards, employment), refugee and asylee applications for green cards, and family reunification.
Catholic Housing Services believes everyone deserves the right to a safe, affordable place to call home. Inspired by this vision, CHS develops, owns and manages affordable housing programs for low-income families and individuals; currently including 2,100 units of housing in 50 different buildings across Western Washington. We provide supportive services for people who have experienced homelessness, low-income seniors, farm worker families, and those who have special physical and mental needs.
$49,832 - $60,762 YR/DOE
Catholic Community Services has an opportunity for a creative, compassionate, and motivated team player to serve as Contract and Finance Administrator for the Homeless Adult Services (HAS) team in Tacoma, Washington. The HAS team provides an array of services for single adults experiencing homelessness in Pierce and Kitsap Counties, with an operating budget in excess of 3 million dollars. Services include 3 emergency shelter locations providing 69,000 nights of shelter each year, 1,600 meals each day, medical respite services, case management, behavioral health services, day shelter, and other supportive services and activities. The Contract and Finance Administrator is responsible for supporting the Director of Homeless Adult Services by monitoring and reporting key financial and other performance indicators, negotiating and managing contracts, and ensuring contract compliance. Key tasks will include monitoring financial and contract performance in relation to complex braided funding streams (including Medicaid) and associated reporting requirements. These elements will be actively managed to ensure revenues are maximized within contract constraints, ensure financial and services reporting is accurate and completed in a timely manner, and ensure contract deliverables (including reporting requirements) are accurate and completed in a timely manner. The Contract and Finance Administrator will work closely with the Director of Homeless Adult Services to develop program budgets, and closely monitor and report on financial performance. The position will supervise two Operations Assistants. Successful candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, or a related field or 4 or more years’ experience in contract management, accounting, or business management. MBA and/or experience managing finances and compliance for Medicaid-funded programs is preferred.
PART-TIME, CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIST / MENTAL HEALTH NURSE PRACTITIONER
VANCOUVER, WA / PORTLAND METRO AREA
(PROVIDING IN-PERSON SERVICES)
Catholic Community Services, Family Behavioral Health is looking for a Board Certified Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist or Mental Health Nurse Practitioner to join our team of innovators who explore and develop new approaches and implement novel strategies. Our teams provide individualized, creative and flexible services, infused with evidence-based and evidence-informed strategies.
WHO WE ARE:
We are a values-driven organization, providing family-oriented behavioral health care for children, youth and families, provided primarily in their own home and community. Our enthusiastic clinical teams provide whatever is needed to help children and youth remain safely in their own home with their family, restoring hope, providing intense mental health services and supports, and helping to strengthen the family unity. With sites located in Tukwila, Burien, North Tacoma, University Place, Olympia, Shelton, Bremerton, Aberdeen, Yelm, Vancouver, (Salmon Creek and Oakview Drive) and Portland Oregon, we offer comprehensive intensive, Wrap-around mental health services to a diverse population for youth and families. We employ almost 600 energetic and compassionate employees.
WHAT WE VALUE:
Compassion Diversity Strength-Based-Approach Social-Justice & Our Staff!
We strive to help children and families live together safely and securely with hope and promise. We serve as a catalyst for change, challenging long-standing service traditions in community behavioral health. We approach service provision with humility and passion, demonstrated through compassionate and respectful interactions with youth and families. We offer alternatives to restrictive levels of care and stand strong to advocate with child-serving systems to provide the most normative, least-restrictive services in order to keep youth in their community.
WHAT WE OFFER:
- Opportunity to work with innovative therapeutic team who are serving youth and family in their home and community.
- Part-time employment (Up to 3 days per week).
- There may be opportunities for providing services for our other sites.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) is a national best practice in quickly resolving a household’s homelessness. RRH provides limited financial assistance and housing stability case management to households experiencing homelessness in King County. The program assists clients in locating housing, addressing barriers to renting, and provides advocacy on behalf of clients with landlords. Program Staff work with households to create and implement a housing stability plan with the goal of the household entering housing and taking over responsibility for the rent as quickly as possible.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Program Supervisor is responsible for day to day operations of their programs, ensuring case managers are adhering to program best practices and complying with the requirements of the organization and the grant. The Program Supervisor provides direct supervision to their housing case management team. The Program Supervisor is also responsible for ensuring that expenditures, enrollments, and outcomes are properly reflected in the database. This position will be responsible for the oversight of the Families Rapid Re-housing Program as well as the Shelter Embedded Rapid Re-housing Program. There will be 4-5 case manager positions reporting to this position. This Supervisor will also carry a limited caseload of approximately 10 clients in addition to their other duties.
Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington are committed to compassion, diversity, excellence, justice and stewardship. We are an activist agency for change, working to eliminate poverty and social injustice. We come from all walks of life, cultural heritages and faith traditions. We fulfill the Catholic Church's role in the mission of charity to anyone in need by providing compassionate, culturally competent and professional services that strengthen and support individuals, families and communities based on the value and dignity of human life.
This is a full- time position at 38 hours per week with an hourly rate ranging from $18.18 - $19.23. Includes a full benefits package and generous paid time off.
Junction Point provides safe and dignified 24/7 enhanced shelter and supportive services for 72 people age 50 and older experiencing homelessness. Our mission is to provide hospitable and low barrier shelter with a harm reduction model. This is to be done in the spirit of the ministry of presence, which fosters attention to the individual and respect for each person's unique situation. This shelter is for a population of older people who are vulnerable to the weather, street predators, and illness. These people may be high needs, have serious physical disabilities, chronic and acute mental illness, active chemical dependency and trauma. Junction Point Shelter emphasizes moving people into permanent housing through case management. Janitors are responsible for maintaining the overall cleanliness of the facilityj assisting with light maintenance issues, and fostering a team environment among shelter staff and volunteers. CCS is committed to making our services, our agencies and our communities free of the divisive and dehumanizing ravages of racism. We strive for anti-racist programming and practices by supporting racial unity and justice in our dail work
Responsible for cleaning building common areas and units during turnover. Seek to provide tenants with a safe, positive and sanitary living environment.
ASSET is an employment preparation program for current and former clients/residents of Catholic Community Services and Housing Services of King County (CCSKC) who are seeking employment in the housing and homeless services field.
ASSET students will gain knowledge and skills through participation in a series of trainings related to working in a non-profit setting including trauma informed care, motivational interviewing, de-escalation and crisis intervention, implicit bias and structural racism, and professional boundaries and work ethics. Preparation for the job search process includes studying the online application process, developing a personal resume and practicing for job interviews. Class completing students will have an opportunity to gain hands-on experience through a volunteer internship in a CCSKC program.
The ASSET case manager works with the program manager to implement the social services-focused employment preparation and placement program and supports a positive, aspirational and collaborative program culture.
The case manager is responsible for outreach and recruitment of students, coordination of trainings, arranging volunteer internship opportunities and working with hiring managers and students around job placement and retention. This position supports graduates throughout their employment with CCS, including employment transitions.
We are looking for a team player who is enthusiastic about supporting equity and success!
The Social Service Provider Academy (SSPA) is an exciting new Seattle Central College (SCC) career development program designed for housing and homeless social service entry-level frontline staff who are motivated to advance in their careers. SSPA offers higher education scholarship opportunities for a series of three quarter-based certificates that prepare students for college and begin to garner credits transferrable to SCC’s two and four-year degrees.
The SSPA Coordinator is a Catholic Community Services position that networks, communicates, coordinates and liaisons between the college, partner social services organizations and SSPA students. Students are direct services employees who may not be high school graduates and may have lived experiences of barriers and trauma related to homelessness and/or structural racism. The Coordinator provides positive case management services for up to 78 students per calendar year.
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$500 HIRING BONUS!
CCS/NW is currently offering a $500 hiring bonus to fill these F/T Housing Case Manager positions, until positions are filled.
Hiring Bonus Criteria: $250 on first paycheck and $250 upon successful completion of a 90-day New Hire Introductory Period.
The Permanent Supportive Housing Programs provide permanent housing to chronically homeless individuals. Incumbent is responsible for working closely with clients, program staff and other community providers to support these individuals as they transition from homelessness to safe, secure, long-term housing.
Status: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week. (2 - F/T positions open)
Starting Salary/Hourly Rate: $17.85 - $18.74 per hour DOE, plus excellent holiday/ vacation/ sick pay and health benefits!
For internal candidates/union positions only: Compensation is set by agreed to language in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between CCSNW & SEIU 1199NW and determined based on experience.
$17.14 - 18.16/hr DOE
Patrick Place Apartments offers 71 units of permanent supportive housing with on-site case management services for single adults who have experienced homelessness. As a Housing First/Harm Reduction program, Patrick Place Apartments welcomes residents without the requirement that they are clean and sober; some residents live with untreated mental health issues, substance use/abuse, and/or histories of trauma. The Front Desk staff helps ensure the safety of the building’s residents, provides support to residents in crisis, answers the phone, and works with other staff to create a positive environment.
The Front Desk staff is central to providing a safe, respectful, and caring environment for the residents of Patrick Place Apartments. It is essential that the Front Desk staff provide a welcoming presence in the lobby, and offer hospitality to residents and their guests.
On-Call staff needed for Day (8 a.m. – 4 p.m.), Swing (4 p.m. – midnight) and Grave (Midnight 8 a.m.) shifts seven days a week.