Catholic Charities Employment

The following positions are currently open:

PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTANT 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington’s Behavior Health Services Program is seeking a psychiatric consultant.  This individual must be a licensed psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner in the State of Delaware with the ability to bill both public and commercial insurances.  The consultant will provide psychiatric services to children, adolescents, and adults experiencing mental health and /or co-occurring disorders.  The consultant will contract for approximately 12 hours or more per month.  The primary office location for the position is 2601 West 4th Street, Wilmington, Delaware19805.  Requirements are 2 years psychiatric experience with mental health treatment preferred.  For more information or to apply, see our posting on [email protected] EOE M/F/D/V.

TRUCK DRIVER 

The Diocese of Wilmington Catholic Charities’ Thrift Store which provides quality pre-owned clothing, furniture and miscellaneous household items to the community at a minimal cost is seeking a full time Truck Driver.  Excellent benefit package including health/dental insurance, prescription plan, 403 (b), LTD, FSA, voluntary group life, accident, cancer and hospital confinement insurance and generous time off policy.  Free parking.    Primary responsibilities are driving, pick up, transport, and drop off household goods, furniture and appliances, overall care/upkeep of the truck, maintenance interior and exterior of the store and grounds, receiving and delivering of donations, organizing daily routing schedule in proper order, and loading and disposal of unusable items, scrap metal and cardboard and provides general direction to the Truck Driver’s Helper as needed.  Qualifications are high school diploma or equivalent, 1-3 years of relevant work experience in driving, loading and making deliveries, customer service and maintenance.  Essential functions of the position include light to heavy lifting, carrying of household items such as furniture and appliances, moving household items and use of truck-lift.  Dependable, trustworthy, hard-working and able to follow directions well is required.   Must possess excellent interpersonal and customer service skills – being courteous, compassionate, patient, professional, cheerful and helpful. Ability to stay on schedule with good organizational and time management skills.  Valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record required. DOT Physical/Medical card required.  For more information or to apply, see our posting on [email protected] EOE.

FEE FOR SERVICE CLINICAL WORKER II 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington’s Behavioral Health Services Program is seeking a Fee for Service Clinical Worker II.  Must be licensed (MD/DE) and hold a Master’s degree to provide mental health counseling, psychotherapy and related services to individuals and families.  Spanish speaking and mental health treatment experience required. To apply go to [email protected].  EOE M/F/D/V

CASE MANAGER 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington seeks a full-time Case Manager (35 hours a week, including two evening shifts) for Bayard House, a community based maternity home for teenage girls and women.  The Case Manager will be responsible for intake, development and discharge of residents of Bayard House.  Provide education for pregnant women and girls on independent living and parenting skills, refer residents for services within the community and act as a liaison with State and private agencies. The Case Manager will prepare statistics and reports, documents and maintain case files and attend meetings as required. Provide leadership and supervision to assigned staff and coordinate volunteer program. MSW preferred or Masters degree in Human Services with 3 years of experience or BS or BA in Social Work with 3 years experience and a commitment to serving pregnant women and girls. Candidate should be proficient in Microsoft Office applications, possess good verbal and written communication skills and must be flexible. This position also encompasses a shared on-call rotation.  To apply go to [email protected]

PAYMENT PROCESSOR/INTAKE CERTIFIER 

The Diocese of Wilmington/Catholic Charities seeks a Full Time (35 hours per week) Payment Processor/Intake Certifier for Delaware Energy Assistance Program to work in the Dover office to process accurately all bills submitted by vendors on behalf of eligible clients. When needed interviews clients, completes applications, calculates and collects documents from clients as required.  Determines eligibility of clients and completes the file on the clients.   DEAP is a federally funded low-income home energy assistance program that helps households that need assistance to pay the cost of home energy.  Qualifications:  Possess a High School diploma or GED with bookkeeping or accounting coursework or experience.  One year of experience preferred, 1 year of experience performing intake in a social services or business management environment.  Strong computer literacy required – with working knowledge of Microsoft Office.  Possess familiarity and comprehension of State and Federal regulations and experience working with government contracts.  Must possess knowledge of Excel spreadsheets, excellent math skills with the ability to reconcile accounts, good verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, excellent organizational and time management skills, ability to work independently, relate well with staff and clients and be trustworthy and discreet with confidential/sensitive information.   Must hold a valid driver’s license and have an insurable driving record. To apply go to [email protected] EOE M/F/D/V.

SEASONAL INTAKE CERTIFIERS 

The Diocese of Wilmington Catholic Charities’ Delaware Energy Assistance Program (DEAP) which provides assistance with home energy costs is seeking 3 Seasonal Intake Workers – 1 located in Wilmington, 1 in Dover and 1 in Georgetown, Delaware. Free parking. Primary responsibilities are communicating information to clients regarding DEAP’s services and processes.  Interviews clients, data enters DEAP applications, performs calculations and collects documentation required by law.  Determines eligibility of clients, completes the files on each client and maintains client records.  Refers clients to other community resources and/or programs. DEAP runs from August through March but the length of the assignment will be dependent on factors such as program funding and client utilization.    Qualifications are high school diploma or equivalent, experience working with low-income clients, communication skills to converse with clients professionally and courteously, excellent math skills, exceptional customer service and capability to learn and utilize Federal and State regulations related to DEAP.   Dependable, trustworthy, hard-working and able to follow directions well is required.   Ability to stay on schedule with good organizational and time management skills.  For more information or to apply go to [email protected] EOE M/F/D/F

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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