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Catholic Community Services, Homeless Adult Services (HAS) is the largest provider of adult homeless services in Tacoma, Washington. HAS offers resources to meet the basic needs of individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. These services include emergency shelter, meals, systematic outreach to provide supportive services, and a variety of other resources needed to assist guests with meeting their goals. The Mental Health Team offers supportive services through systematic outreach and clinical intervention for guests who receive services at the Nativity House. These services include Rapid Rehousing, Mental Health and Co-Occurring Disorder services.
Hourly rate: DOE Temporary (up to 3 months) multiple positions
SCOPE OF POSITION:
As a member of the WW Fund Development team, the Development Assistant’s primary focus is accurate data entry and fund development projects as assigned. Responsibilities include accurately entering gift and constituent data in the Raiser’s Edge Donor Database relating to the agency’s annual campaign, with timeliness and confidentiality.
This is a temporary, full time, 37.5 hours per week, position with a duration of 5-6 months. Pay range is $15.60-$16.54/hour DOQ.
Incumbent is responsible for providing primary file maintenance, quality assurance auditing, audit preparations, produce and maintain progress reports as needed, assistance to data entry, back-up reception coverage, and other office maintenance activities to the Recovery Center sites through the Northwest Region (Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom Counties).
Position is F/T – (37.5 hrs. per week), Union position. Must be able and willing to travel between locations within the CCS Northwest 3 counties (Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish Co). Primary location TBD/Negotiable.
Starting Salary/Hourly Rate: $15.61 - $16.39/hr. 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.
Note to internal candidates: HR reviews internal compensation and determines increase based on their experience and also agency internal equity factors.
Housing programs provide permanent housing to individuals affected by chronic homelessness.
Incumbent will be responsible for providing assistance to Snohomish County Permanent Supportive Housing Services, which includes working with Case Managers, Apartment Managers, Partner Agencies. This position will include screening clients, completing the associated documentation and staffing clients with the housing placement team or Program Manager.
This position is Full time, 37.5 hrs. pr week.
Pay is $15.91 - $16.71/hr. 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.
The Program Director is responsible for the management and operation of a “housing with services” property, in accordance with the mission of Catholic Housing Services. Katharine’s Place provides 25 units of housing in Seattle’s Rainier Valley for families with special needs including five units set aside specifically for families with HIV/AIDS. This position also provides coordination and oversight for WHEA for the Bunkhouse, a SHARE-operated facility located next door to Katharine’s Place.
The Program Director oversees housing operations and ensures delivery of supportive services, supervises site staff, ensures compliance with safety and facility maintenance standards, and is accountable for sound financial management, achievement of key performance indicators of the properties, and for ensuring that the property is operated in accordance with agency policies and procedures and regulatory requirements.
This is a full time, exempt position with full benefits and generous paid time off. Salary range is $44,089.50-$49,042.50 per year DOQ.
Incumbent is responsible for daily crisis management, milieu relationship management, and effective and safe daily building operation at Francis Place; a 42 unit, 24/7 controlled access, permanent/ supportive housing project for highly vulnerable, chronically homeless adults. Incumbent would be part of the 24/7 support staff for residents and building operations.
This position is Part-time Flex, 20 - 37.5 hours per week.
Pay is $16.32 - $17.14/hr. DOE, plus excellent holiday/vacation/sick pay and health benefits!
This is a 24/7 facility, flexibility is needed; (some overnight shifts required-typically at least (1) 10hr overnight shift per week).
Rose of Lima House is a permanent supportive housing program for 50 women who were homeless at the time of entry, many of whom suffer from chronic and acute mental illness, substance use disorders, and trauma. Rose of Lima House is located at Bakhita Gardens, a building that also houses Noel House Programs, which provides shelter and related services for homeless women in several locations. Bakhita Gardens serves women of all ages (over 18 years) and ethnic backgrounds.
Women’s Advocates provide direct service to the community at Rose of Lima. Some of the duties include: maintaining a safe and secure environment for residents, guests and staff; facilitating community activities, including cooking one community meal per week; janitorial duties, including garbage removal; and developing rapport with the residents to ensure a welcoming, friendly atmosphere. Each shift is responsible for logging activities and incidents of note in the Rose of Lima electronic log.
Positions currently open include two part time (16.5 hours per week) positions and one full time (37.5 hours per week) position. Rate of pay is $15.60-$16.54/hour DOQ. Generous benefits and paid time off available at 30 or more hours per week.
Catholic Community Services’ Counseling, Recovery & Wellness (CReW) Program is a licensed community mental health and substance use disorder treatment program and provider of the King County Behavioral Health Organization (BHO). Our program focuses on serving adults with mental illness or co-occurring disorders to help improve individuals’ quality of life.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: This position is responsible for outreaching and engaging with men and women in homelessness who may be looking for mental health or substance use treatment in various King County locations, including Seattle, Bellevue, and/or Kent. This position will also focus on outcomes to connect clients with co-occurring disorders treatment through CReW, provide direct assistance and treatment planning, as well as assist individuals in homelessness locate and move into housing. The Mental Health Professional is responsible for upholding a culture of privace and security in a highly confidential work environment and complies with all CCSWW policies and procedures that involve access to and safeguarding of client Protected Health Information.
This is a full time, benefited position and includes generous paid time off. Salary range is $50,215.50 - $55,887 DOE.
Senior Footcare Aide - Regular Part Time
$16.23 - $17.21 Per Hour DOE
The Footcare Program provides footcare services to those 60 years of age and older. Individuals are charged according to a sliding scale fee. Services are provided by qualified CNA’s.
In the absence of the Senior Foot Care Program Supervisor, Senior Footcare Aide will assist in the Senior Foot Care Program by performing a variety of clinical, reception and clerical duties; and to perform related duties as required.
$15.60 - 16.54 HR/DOE
Catholic Community Services, Homeless Adult Services (HAS) is the largest provider of adult homeless services in Tacoma, Washington. Nativity House (NH), a program of HAS, is the central hub to serve homeless adults in the Pierce County region. It operates 24-hour/7-day a week, offering services (emergency shelter, meals, systematic outreach, Rapid Rehousing, Mental Health and Co-Occurring Disorder treatment, Employment Services, Spiritual Support, 50 units of permanent supportive housing, etc.) to meet the basic needs of individuals experiencing chronic homelessness guests with meeting their goals.
Staff in this position provides supervision, program structure, behavior management and a wide range of basic medical needs services, as well as more advanced social services. This includes helping guests navigate a myriad of social service agencies, forms and interviews. Staff is trained in behavior management, basic case services, as well as Motivational Interviewing and other trainings pertaining to respite.
$17.16 to $21.45 HR/DOE
Our mission at Catholic Community Services is to serve all people, especially the poor and most vulnerable, with compassion, love and respect. The Tahoma Family Center, housed in the renovated St. Leo High School Building in the heart of Tacoma's Hilltop Neighborhood, is the hub for more than 25 different programs. By carefully integrating our services with those of other agencies in the community, we are able to mend broken lives and nourish self-sufficiency within individuals and families throughout Pierce County.
Under the direction of the Accounting Manager, the Staff Accountant is responsible for all aspects of Accounts Payable and Payroll.
The Senior Nutrition Program provides hot meals for seniors aged 60 and over at 17 different Pierce County sites and 12 King County sites.
The Cook is responsible for participating and overseeing all activities related to meal service including coordination of supportive services and record keeping. Position provides nutritious lunchtime meal to senior participants at the meal site.
20 hours a week M, W, F at Buckley site and Th at African American site in Tacoma.
20 hours a week M & W at Lakewood site, and T & Th at Black Diamond site.
$17.16 - $21.45 HR/DOE
Under the direction of the Facilities Director, the Building Maintenance Technician is responsible for preventive maintenance and repairs for the Tahoma Center and CCS buildings in the Southwest Region maintain scheduled repairs and inspections; independently perform various plumbing, electrical carpentry and HVAC task, maintain inventory and building records.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Tenant Law Center (TLC) is a Homelessness Prevention program that offers free legal assistance to qualifying low income households in King County that are facing eviction or subsidy termination. TLC is launching a new project aimed at providing legal assistance to seniors throughout King County. This position requires reliable transportation as it involves travel to various locations within King County.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: This position supports three attorneys working in Homelessness Prevention. The paralegal will be a key member of the team that develops, coordinates, and staffs new legal clinics targeted at stabilizing and preserving housing for elderly and disabled households. This position will involve a significant amount of community outreach and engagement. In addition to paralegal support this position will also be responsible for all clinic-related administrative tasks and data entry that is required by our grant funders.
This is a full time (37.5 hours), benefited position with paid time off. Pay range is $18.37-$20.44/hour DOQ.
Katharine’s Placeprovides 25 units of low-income family housing in Seattle's Rainier Valley, with some units set aside for families with special needs.The Resident Services Case Manager serves as part of the on-site team but is supervised by an off-site supervisor. The Resident Services Case Manager is charged with the tasks of creating community within the building, providing information and referrals, and collaborating with other service providers. The Resident Services Case Manager will assist residents in obtaining the services they need or want to maintain independence, self-sufficiency, and life satisfaction. Connecting residents to social services and programs that focus on housing success, general wellness, crisis intervention, employment, education, and health and safety is the primary duty of this position.
To effectively house our residents, housing management staff and services staff strive to cooperate and work in tandem. Housing management and services staff share common goals: the health and wellbeing of residents and the sustainability of the property. Support for our residents is the overarching goal that CHS strives to achieve, and each of our employees, no matter what their role is an active participant in striving for that. The person in this position will work closely and collaborate and communicate on a regular and frequent basis with Building Management staff, including the Program Director and Facilities staff.
This position is 20-32 hours per week and includes pro-rated benefits and paid time off. Pay range is $18.37-$20.44/hour DOQ.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Frederic Ozanam House is a 56 unit, permanent, and supportive housing program for chronically homeless men over the age of 55. The mission of Ozanam House is to provide supportive services and housing in a manner that recognizes and fosters the dignity and value of each resident. Roughly half of the units are occupied by men who are disabled by chronic substance abuse.
As a part of the Ozanam management team, this position is responsible for the implementation of the supportive services component of the program. These responsibilities include: case management of 56 residents in coordination with a Case Manager and other supportive services staff, including mental health and chemical dependence counselors, oversight of supportive services provided by visiting professionals and care workers, participation as a member of the management team, processing resident applications, and screening for eligibility.
This is a full time, benefits eligible position at 37.5 hours per week. Salary range is $18.37-$20.44/hour DOQ plus generous paid time off.
St. Martin de Porres Shelter provides safe and dignified night shelter for homeless men age 50 and older. The shelter opened in response to the growing need for an emergency shelter for this special population of elderly men who are vulnerable to the weather, street predators, and illness. St. Martin de Porres Shelter provides night shelter, hot meals, clothing, hot showers, laundry facilities, housing assistance, drug and alcohol counseling and memorial services.
The bus driver transports clients to and from the St. Martin’s shelter. She or he drives the St. Martin’s bus from the Lazarus Day Center to the St. Martin’s shelter (3 or 4 round trips in the early evening, 3 hours total) and from St. Martin’s to the Lazarus Day Center and other points downtown in the morning (1 or two round trips, 2 hours total). This position is approximately 5 hours per week on Sundays with the opportunity to also work on call shifts.
The King County Kinship Navigator provides information and referral services to kinship caregivers and helps caregivers access the Kinship Caregiver Support Program which provides assistance to help kinship families meet basic needs. The Navigator works closely with local and state coalitions, community organizations, and the King County Kinship Collaboration to provide advocacy, resources, and referrals on behalf of kinship caregivers.
The Kinship Navigator helps caregivers access the Kinship Caregiver Support Program (KCSP) which provides assistance with urgent needs such as food, clothing, transportation, household items, school and youth activities, and one-time help with rent or utilities to prevent eviction or utility shut-offs. The Kinship Navigator works with relative caregivers of minor children to inform these persons and the local community about available resources. The Navigator provides encouragement, support and helps facilitate the participation of caregivers in services and programs that will assist in maintaining the children in their care and homes.
This is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, benefits eligible position and includes generous paid time off. Pay range is $18.37-$20.44/hour DOQ.
Two programs work hand-in-hand to support kinship families in King County. The Kinship Caregiver Support Program (KCSP) provides information and referrals regarding available resources and services to support and assist family members who are raising their relative's children, either temporarily or long term, as well as requests for financial assistance through supplemental services.
The King County Kinship Collaboration (KCKC) is a made up of grandparents and other relatives who are caring for and raising children whose parents are not able to care for them, agencies that provide services to kinship caregivers, and both public and private funders. The Collaboration’s goal is to support kinship caregivers and their children and to prevent, where possible, out-of-home placement through the Child Welfare system or the Juvenile Justice system. Targeted populations include caregivers who are low-income, from communities of color and/or immigrants/refugees and those who are experiencing unstable living conditions.
The Program Support specialist provides support for two programs: Kinship Caregiver Support Program and King County Kinship Collaboration. For KCSP, this is accomplished through providing information and resources to relative caregivers of minor children as well as assisting Kinship Navigators in the supplemental fund request process. For KCKC, this is accomplished through advocacy and community education to create and maintain a regional collaboration that provides comprehensive and coordinated services to support and strengthen kinship families.
This is a full time, 37.5 hours per week, benefits eligible position and includes generous paid time off. Pay range is $15.92 to $16.87/hour DOQ.
Bakhita Gardens, located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, offers 70 units of permanent supportive housing and 20 units of long-term enhanced shelter to women experiencing homelessness.
The shelter and housing programs include:
Noel House Enhanced Shelter: 20 semi-private rooms in a congregate setting. Women are welcome to stay for up to one year while they work with a Housing Case Manager to find suitable permanent, affordable housing. These units are filled through referrals from the Women’s Referral Center and by community partners who outreach women living on the streets.
Noel House Permanent Housing: 20 semi-private rooms in a congregate setting. Women sign a lease and pay 20% of their income for rent. This housing is designed for women who have been homeless the longest, have difficulty navigating systems, and feel more safe and comfortable living in community. These units are filled through King County’s Coordinated Entry for All (CEA).
Rose of Lima Permanent Housing: 50 single room occupancy (SRO) units. Women sign a lease and pay 30% of their income for rent. This housing is designed for formerly homeless women who benefit from living in permanent supportive housing. These units are filled by King County’s Coordinated Entry for All (CEA).
Many of the women served in these programs live with mental health issues and substance use disorders; many have histories of trauma. Each resident has varying levels of insight into their disabilities, and many have symptoms that go untreated. As housing first programs with a harm reduction focus, we welcome all women into our housing continuum.
The Bakhita Gardens team works from a multi-disciplinary approach in which all staff coordinate services to promote housing stability in an environment that honors and respects the dignity of each resident. We offer compassionate support that emphasizes safety and stability while encouraging sustained growth in independent living skills. We do so in an environment of promise that welcomes diversity and honors each woman's unique experience.
The RSM must be a person who is interested in working in a service-enriched housing environment with the goal of enhanced quality of life for the women we serve.
The Resident Services Manager is a key member of the Bakhita Gardens Services Team. This position provides vision and leadership to the case management team, which includes the Case Manager (Rose of Lima), the Coming Home Case Manager (Rose of Lima), the Therapeutic Case Manager (Noel House Permanent Housing), the Housing Case Manager (Noel House Shelter), and the Lead Women’s Advocate (shared across programs). Additionally, the RSM manages a 13-person caseload. The Services Team’s primary focus is to assist residents with housing stability and retention.
This position reports directly to the Assistant Program Director.
This is a full time, exempt, benefitted position and includes generous paid time off. Salary rang eis $35,821.50-$39,858/year DOQ.