Manhattan

Current Job Opportunities:

Manhattan 

Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter highlighting relevant past experience and qualifications, and state their position of interest (including position number if known) and desired compensation. Submissions without the information listed above will not be considered.

Please send resume and cover letter to:

cccsjobs@archny.org

or

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York
Human Resources Department
1011 First Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Fax: (212) 826-8795

 

 

Job Openings

Location and Date Posted

Young Men’s Initiative (YMI) Coordinator

Develop and sustain a positive environment for inspiring and helping young men mature to be successful adults. Recruit young men, ages 12-14. Collect report cards and monitor educational progress. Organize and develop activities related to YMI and current events. Create and implement a Cornerstone newsletter.  Maintain attendance logs and any other required documentation.

10-21-14

Manhattan

ESOL and Employment Trainer

Develop and facilitate ESOL and Vocational ESOL classes for clients. Collaborate with staff and clients to provide vocational assessment for clients; assess clients’ employment history, education, skills, abilities, and potential barriers to employment. Conduct ESOL assessments for incoming students to determine appropriate class level, utilizing the BEST Plus Grading System when necessary. Develop and implement one-on-one vocational ESOL training for participating clients and incorporate job readiness and cultural adjustment topics into English classes.

10-21-14

Manhattan

Career and College Readiness Instructor

The Instructor facilitates creative and dynamic educational work readiness and leadership workshops for 11th and 12th grade students; provides academic and vocational guidance and assists youth in their transition from high school to college and the workforce.

9-29-14

Manhattan

Migration Assistant

Provide administrative assistance to staff of the Immigration Services Department. Review and sort incoming mail for all staff; prepare outgoing mail; identify correspondence that requires immediate attention and bring to the attention of appropriate staff members.

9-29-14

Manhattan

Human Resources Receptionist

The Receptionist sets the tone for a professional office environment. The Receptionist will be responsible for greeting visitors, answering and directing incoming calls, mail distribution, flow of email and other correspondence, requisition of supplies, and providing general office support.

9-29-14

Manhattan

Migration Counselor

Provides immigration services under attorney or BIA-accredited representative supervision, including consultations, application assistance, and necessary follow-up services. Prepares and delivers presentations on various immigration issues.

9-29-14

Manhattan

Safe Passages Case Coordinator

Ensure the orderly functioning and coordination of the various Catholic Charities services within the designated area. Establish relationships with local governments and officials and other constituencies. Act as a “spokesperson” in a given area, as appropriate, in publicity related items/events.

9-11-14

Manhattan

Contract Associate

The Contract Associate will work with the Director for Contracts Management to assist with proposal development, reporting and management of CCCS’ existing portfolio of funding from various sources (including federal, state, and local governments, private foundations, and corporations). This position will also assist with management of grants and contracts, including updating and improving grants calendars and filing systems.

9-11-14

Manhattan

Dance Instructor

Responsible for teaching different styles of Dominican Folk dances and their background. Teaching performance techniques to participants for future performances. Developing and maintaining a dance courses. Arriving on time to work and reporting directly to the Program Coordinator Organizing dance presentations.  Compose dance step.  Keeping and updating participant’s files. Keeping daily attendance for all courses. Submitting weekly reports to the Program Coordinator. Coordinating events with the Program Coordinator. Keeping the Program Coordinator informed on any changes & abnormalities. Attending all weekly staff meetings

8-11-14

Manhattan

CCCS is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.