Catholic Charities Employment

The following positions are currently open:


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]


The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington is seeking 1 Part-time Direct Service Specialist for Bayard House, a community based maternity home for teenage girls and women.  Responsibilities include assisting in providing and facilitating social services for clients.  Plan training and activities for individuals and the group in parenting skills, provide support, structure, stability, transportation, monitor progress and supervise daily activities of the residents.  Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and insurable driving record.  Bachelors or Associates degree in Human Services or related fields and experience with pregnant/parenting teenage girls, children and women preferred or high school diploma or equivalency and experience with pregnant/parenting teenage girls, children and women.  19 hours per week for part-time. and 37.5 hours per week for fulltime. For more information or to apply, see our posting on EOE.

Field Specialist of the Home Assistance Program (WAP) 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington is seeking Field Specialists for the Home Assistance Program to cover the entire State of Delaware with the workplace located at the Dover office. Salary, excellent benefit package which includes health/dental insurance, 403 (b), LTD, FSA, voluntary group life, accident, cancer and hospital confinement insurance, vacation, sick/personal days and holidays.  Free parking.  These individuals perform audits, formulation of work orders based on the audit findings, monitors work progress, provides technical assistance as needed and conducts the final inspections and all associated paperwork to maximize energy efficiency and reduce the energy burden of low income families throughout the State of Delaware.   The primary responsibilities are identifying ways that client’s housing unit and its systems are not up to minimum standards and detecting any health and safety issues.  Prepares work orders based on audits, on-site monitoring of work progress of contractors, provides technical assistance as needed, educates clients the work to be performed.  Conducts the final inspection of the completed work and provides quality assurance of the work performed or items supplied to ensure compliance with the HAP best practices.  This candidate must hold a high school diploma or equivalent.  Three to seven years of relevant work experience in the building trades or related fields and State and local building codes.   Demonstrate knowledge of auditing and work order experience.    Must have objectivity and ability to deal with a culturally diverse low income population.  Must be organized, be an effective communicator, good time manager and have an excellent personal presentation.  Must have construction experience.  BPI Certification not required.  Basic knowledge of Word, Excel, uploading pictures to Dropbox or other web storage software is required.  Must have a valid driver’s license and an insurable driving record.  To apply go to [email protected].