Catholic Charities Employment

The following positions are currently open:

Fee For Service
Mental Health Therapist

The Wilmington Behavioral Health Services Office is seeking a Fee for Service, licensed (MD/DE) post-master’s level clinician to provide mental health counseling, psychotherapy and related services to individuals and families.  Spanish speaking and mental health treatment experience required. For more information or to apply, see our posting on  [email protected] EOE


The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities seeks a full time Direct Service Supervisor for Bayard House, a community based maternity home for teenage girls and women.  Supervises, evaluates and oversees the responsibilities of the Direct Service Specialists. Train staff, develop work schedules, complete reports, carry out emergency duty coverage and cover gaps in the schedule, oversee caseloads and recordkeeping of staff.    Work schedule is 37.5 hours per week.  Bachelor’s degree in human services, social or behavioral sciences preferred or Associates degree in human services, social or behavioral sciences.  At least 3 to 5 years of progressively responsible and varied work in residential care or shelter care including supervisory experience.  Send resumes to the Director of Human Resources, P. O. Box 2030, Wilmington, DE 19899-2030, Fax (302) 573-6944, E-mail [email protected] EOE M/F/D/V

Program Manager of the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington is seeking a Program Manager for the Weatherization Assistance Program.  This individual directs, develops, evaluates and administers the Weatherization Assistance Program which provides services needed to maximize energy efficiency and reduce the energy burden of low income families throughout the State of Delaware. The primary responsibilities are supervision of staff, monitoring direct services, administration of funds and program design to accommodate budget growth.  This candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree in construction management or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Three to five years of relevant work experience which includes supervision and management.  Experience in building trades preferred.   Knowledge of estimating, site safety, contracts and computer applications in construction is essential.  OSHA and BPI Building Analyst certification preferred.  Knowledge of WAP/DNREC regulations.  Must have objectivity and ability to deal with a culturally diverse low income population.  Must be organized, have proven leadership ability, effective communication and time management skills.  Knowledge of Federal and State regulations is needed.  Must have a valid driver’s license and an insurable driving record.  For more information or to apply, see our posting on  EOE M/F/D/V.