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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

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CURRENT OPENINGS

  • ACCOUNTING STAFF:
    Full time postion works out of our Fall River Office, Finance Department. The Accounting Staff is responsible for providing oversight to assigned grants, CABH apartments, paying invoices, AR, and guidance to fellow accounting staff, including but not limited to, posting award grant accounting, budget modification as well as ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guidelines, timely receipt of revenue, accurate submission of financial and other related reports.

    Job Duties/Responsibilities:
    Reviews, audits, analyzes, and reconciles all financial and other related information and documents in support of grant related expenditures to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and other related regulations and statutes, while adhering to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); Analyzes various grantor revenue and expenditure reports and makes appropriate recommendations to ensure compliance with budgeted projections and grant provisions; Prepares audit worksheets, schedules, reports, and supporting documentation to be used during grant audits by federal, state, and other related agencies; Prepares and maintains documentation to support federal, state, and other related agencies’ audit inspections of financial transactions including billing, funds draw down, correspondence, and other related activities; Prepares invoices, including supporting documentation, for submission as required by the grantor to receive payment; Reconcile general ledger for all assigned grants; Provide support to other members of the agency regarding budgets and compliance with grant requirements.

    Minimum Requirements:
    Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 4 years proven experience working in finance; Knowledge of budget preparation and administration, financial record keeping, and reporting; Good organizational skills and a strong attention to detail; Knowledge of principles and practices of contract/grant administration and monitoring; Knowledge of federal, state, and other related laws, rules, regulations, and policies pertaining to grant and contract administration; Ability to interpret contracts, requirements, policies, and procedures relating to grants, applicable laws, rules, and regulations; Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other relevant technologies; Strong analytical and problem solving skills; Ability to prioritize and multi-task; Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds; Must have reliable transportation.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • CASE MANAGER - H.O.U.S.E:
    This full time position works within our H.O.U.S.E. program. The program assists homeless families.  

    Job Duties/Responsibilities:
    Facilitate and mediate communication with assigned clients and landlords as needed; Assist clients with the development of Re-Housing/Stabilization Plan, Respond to inquiries, phone calls, correspondence, and e-mail in a timely manner; Perform program orientations to educate and inform applicants of program requirements and responsibilities, Coordinate with Housing Quality Inspector to ensure timely inspections at admission to program, annual re-certification and condition of unit inspections; Promote the self-sufficiency all new clients who are given the opportunity to participate in the program; Adhere to CSS confidentiality policy; Adhere to professional ethics and boundaries; Answer telephone and follow through with messages; Maintains master file of programmatic forms and back up computer data monthly.

    Minimum Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Ability to work well under stressful conditions; Able to lift up to 50 lbs; Ability to utilize the computer for all data entry and document maintenance; Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds; Good problem solving capability and the ability to respond appropriately to crisis situations.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • CASE MANAGER - PRISM PROGRAM:
    This part time position works within our Prism program. The program assists chronically homeless individuals.  

    Job Duties/Responsibilities:
    Facilitate and mediate communication with assigned clients and landlords as needed; Assist clients with the development of Re-Housing/Stabilization Plan, Respond to inquiries, phone calls, correspondence, and e-mail in a timely manner; Perform program orientations to educate and inform applicants of program requirements and responsibilities, Coordinate with Housing Quality Inspector to ensure timely inspections at admission to program, annual re-certification and condition of unit inspections; Promote the self-sufficiency all new clients who are given the opportunity to participate in the program; Adhere to CSS confidentiality policy; Adhere to professional ethics and boundaries; Answer telephone and follow through with messages; Maintains master file of programmatic forms and back up computer data monthly.

    Minimum Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Ability to work well under stressful conditions; Able to lift up to 50 lbs; Ability to utilize the computer for all data entry and document maintenance; Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds; Good problem solving capability and the ability to respond appropriately to crisis situations.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANTS (PCA): The Office for Persons with Disabilities is looking for PCA's for upcoming clients we are surrogates for. Clients of different ages and disabilities. Previous experience as a PCA/CNA a plus. Experience with toileting issues, spongebaths, med distribution, and transfers; drug addiction and mental health issues a plus. Must have reliable transportation and be available weekends and nights.

    WE DO CORI CHECKS (Criminal Background Checks) ON ALL PCA APPLICANTS.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING PCA's IN THE WEST HARWICH MA AREA.


    If interested or for more information, please contact
    MATTHEW DANSEREAU
    Coordinator - Office for Persons with Disabilities
    Catholic Social Services
    238 Bonney St.
    New Bedford MA, 02744
    Phone: 508 - 997 - 7337




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