Vision - We envision a world where poverty is alleviated, people of all races and faith are treated with respect and all are inspired to serve. Shared Values - Commonwealth Catholic Charities' values are rooted in the social teaching of the Church which include: life and dignity of the human person; call to family, community and participation; rights and responsibilities; options for the poor and vulnerable; the dignity of work and the rights of workers; solidarity; and care for God's creation.
|Guardianship Case Worker III||SUMMARY: This position is responsible for providing guardianship services to indigent, incapacitated persons with mental health and/or intellectual disabilities. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Prepares client charts by obtaining client’s medical and personal records. Keeps charts updated with progress notes and any other client information. Maintains client’s monthly financial situation by monitoring income funds, paying bills and making purchases on behalf of the client. Monitor’s client’s well being and on-going care by visiting clients monthly to assure that the appropriate level of care is being provided. Attends doctor’s appointments and provides consent for medical procedures and other matters as needed. Participates in annual Treatment Team Meeting to review client’s care and service plan and make necessary adjustments and/or arrangements. Participates in court hearings and proceedings to qualify as a guardian for the client and attends any review hearings. Prepares quarterly and annual reports to appropriate agency partners and monthly reports to the Agency. Completes all other required reporting in a timely manner. Files annual reports for follow-up required by the courts. Plans and coordinates training sessions for staff on Guardianship services, ethics, the needs of the elderly and disabled, and the special needs of those with mental health and/or intellectual disabilities. Also, provides community education as needed or requested. Recruit and train new multi-disciplinary panel members. Conduct annual client review meetings for the multi-disciplinary panel members to monitor active cases. Attends appropriate meetings and trainings as required to update and expand knowledge of guardianship laws and regulations. Establishes and maintains strong collaborative relationships with local circuit courts, Community Service Boards, hospitals, the Commissioner of Accounts, and other agencies by attending meetings, and providing reports and information concerning level of care for the client. Communicates with professionals in Human Services field regarding referrals received and annual review of all clients. Assists with the marketing of the program to the community requiring public speaking presentations. Responsible for maintaining individual program expenditures within program budget guidelines. Respects client confidentially in handling client personal information and medical records. Serves as backup to staff as needed to maintain program coverage, including 24 hr on-call. Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.||Social Work||May 20, 2022|
|Development Specialist||SUMMARY: This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing development functions, with a focus on researching, preparing and submitting for grants from private funding sources. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Prepares and submits grant proposals to non-profit, government, and corporate sources to secure funding for agency programs and projects. Meets all deadlines as instructed by the VP of Mission Advancement and Development Officer. Assists with facilitating positive funder relationships. Gathers and records information, and gains understanding relevant to the agency and programs for which funding is sought. Enters accurate information into grants database and maintains accurate electronic records of grant submissions and report deadlines. Assists program staff with the completion and submission of grant reports as needed. Assists in the expansion of viable and potential funders as a result of careful attention to relationship development and maintenance. Uses available resources to expedite all forms of donor communication, relationship maintenance, donor gifts, and application submissions. Supports all fundraising initiatives, including special events, online giving campaigns, and direct mail. Demonstrates strong time-management skills and an ability to thrive in fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Represents the agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s racial, cultural, and socioeconomic characteristics. Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.||Fund Development||May 18, 2022|
|Facilities Maintenance Technician||Join an awesome team of professionals at Commonwealth Catholic Charities (CCC)! Our friendly staff is committed to providing quality and compassionate services to all people throughout Virginia. We offer a robust benefit package including health, dental, vision, life, short term disability, long term disability, employee assistance programs, legal resources, generous paid time off, eleven paid holidays, and a cutting-edge retirement savings program. Turn your passion for helping others into a meaningful career with CCC. Apply now! SUMMARY: This position is responsible for general building maintenance items in all Richmond area offices, as assigned by the Facilities Manager. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Completes maintenance and repair duties, including, but not limited to, repairing and replacing various components of electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems. *Must possess mechanical aptitude. *Must follow all safety regulations as established by OSHA and Commonwealth Catholic Charities. *Must have the ability to follow oral and written instructions. *Must have the ability to travel to all Richmond-area locations. *Assists in the relocation and reorganization of office furniture and/or appliances. *Replaces burnt and broken lights. Replaces batteries in automatic toilets, smoke detectors, and security systems. *Replaces ceiling tiles, flooring, doors and windows, locks, and appliances as needed. *Unclogs toilets, sinks, and drains. Repairs and replaces pipes and plumbing fixtures. *Routinely cleans and replaces HVAC filters. Assesses and makes recommendations for larger HVAC repairs as needed. *Repairs damaged plaster and drywall surfaces. Sands and repaints to match. *Maintains clean and orderly tool kit. *Communicates with the Facilities Manager about large scale maintenance and repair projects and provides updates on the status of assigned maintenance requests. *Completes all other duties as assigned. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population's cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.||Maintenance||Apr 28, 2022|