Jobs at Catholic Charities

Equal Opportunity is the policy of Catholic Charities as it is in the best interest of the agency to develop and use its human resources to their full potential and to select the best qualified person for every job. All employees hired and promoted have been selected from all candidates on the basis of qualifications and requirements necessary to perform the job.

Employees of Catholic Charities of Broome County have been serving those most in need in our community for over 75 years.

If you’d like to start doing something to help those in need, consider becoming part of our very special team of caring professionals.

Positions Available

  • Position Objective: The Care Management Team Leader assumes overall daily responsibility for Care Management team members to ensure Health Home recipients are receiving person centered, integrated, multidisciplinary and wellness-focused coordinated care. Ensures program requirements are adhered to and services rendered are in full compliance with agency and governmental policies and regulations. Ensures that staff adheres to and carry out assigned job duties and responsibilities. May provide direct care management services as needed. In addition to scheduled day hours, may occasionally include evening or weekend hours.

  • Registered Nurse to provide services for the Boys Community Residence.

  • Consumer Care Managers are current or former recipients of mental health services who provide direct services to empower individuals who receive mental health and medical services in order to regain personal control over their lives and recovery process.

  • Department: Residential Boys of Courage
    Hours: Varies Flexible (8-10 hours per week)
    Application Deadline: March 25, 2015

  • The Health Home nurse care manager functions as a member of an interdisciplinary team to provide care coordination to Health Home eligible recipients. The Health Home Nurse CM will be responsible for making appropriate referrals to community physicians, advocates for and supports recipients, engages with community agencies/healthcare providers and others on their behalf to ensure access to services needed to increase wellness self-management and reduce avoidable emergency room visits and/or hospitalizations. Caseloads will consist of individuals with serious mental illness and/or multiple comorbid medical or substance abuse disorders.