Employment Opportunities

Catholic Charities requires PA State Police, Child Line and FBI Clearances, and valid PA Driver’s License for all positions. Competitive salary and excellent benefits. EOE.

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Additional Employment Opportunities-Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg

  • PT Resident Attendant

    Location: Harrisburg (Interfaith Shelter)

    High School + Experience

    Catholic Charities Interfaith Shelter, Harrisburg, seeks a part time Resident Attendant who is a responsible, flexible, dependable individual, to work in our residential setting, able to drive program vans and transport clients to various appointments. Experience and social services background preferred.


  • PT Resettlement Caseworker

    Location: Harrisburg (Immigration and Refugee Services)

    Part Time –  Immigration & Refugee Services seeks a Resettlement Caseworker. Responsible for providing core services to newly arrived refugees. A minimum of two years of experience working in direct refugee resettlement services is preferred, and a knowledge of employment, social services and housing in the Central PA area.

  • PT Resident Attendant

    Location: Harrisburg (Evergreen House)

    Part Time – Resident Attendants – Evergreen House seeks Resident Attendants who are responsible, flexible, dependable individuals to work in our residential facilities in the Harrisburg area. Experience and social services background preferred.

  • PT Housekeeper/Breakfast Cook

    Location: Harrisburg (Priest Retirement Center)

    Housekeeper/Breakfast Cook

    The cook portion of the position is responsible for breakfast only. The housekeeping responsibilities are to the common areas as well as the apartments and provides laundry services for the residents.

    Need individuals who can fill in during holiday and leave.

  • Mental Health Worker

    Location: Lancaster, PA

    Catholic Charities Lancaster Intensive Day Treatment Program is currently seeking a Mental Health Worker to provide direct supervision of clients involved in daily activities to include life skills groups, recreation, behavior modification to enhance the fulfillment of clinical goals for clients by following treatment plans and providing feedback to the therapist as those plans are developed based upon observation and interaction with the clients.

  • Weekend House Parent/Resident Attendants

    Location: Harrisburg - Lourdeshouse

    This is a para-professional position in which education and experience in the human service field is preferred. The weekend houseparent/RAs are responsible for providing adult supervision and guidance to Lourdeshouse residents on the weekends.  Ideal candidate must be responsible, flexible, and dependable.

  • PT Cook

    Location: Harrisburg - Lourdeshouse

    The kitchen cook is responsible for the overall operation of the kitchen and dining room.  The purpose is to develop and implement the nutritional meals for Lourdeshouse Maternity Program.  Ideal candidate must be responsible, flexible, and dependable.  Experience in social services is preferred but not necessary.


Imagine your dream student - someone who is bright, inquisitive, kind to others, and comes to class eager to learn. Well, that is Koffi. He first came to my ESL class in May of 2014. He had only been in the United States for about 6 months at that time.

For many people, those first 6 months can be overwhelming and hectic, but Koffi’s spirit is indomitable. He came to class every night ready to learn and in a short time he found a job. Even after a long day of working hard, Koffi would come into class with a smile on his face. He greeted his fellow students with a smile and was ready to learn.

After being in the country for a little over a year, Koffi decided he would like to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). He took the initiative and researched his options before deciding on the program at HACC.
Koffi continued with his English studies right up to the time his CNA class started at HACC. I was sorry to see him leave, but so happy for him.

In June of this year Koffi graduated from the CNA Program at HACC. We are all so proud of Koffi. He has been such a positive influence on all of us, staff and students alike. It is impossible to look at Koffi’s smiling face and not want to smile right back, he is that full of kindness and hope. I am so glad he was my student and I feel certain that he will do even more amazing things in the future.

- ESL Instructor

Tiffany starts her story by openly stating that the first 39 years of her life were a waste. She spent all of her time drinking, which was her way of coping with the many let downs in her life.

Fearing for her life, a friend convinced Tiffany to check herself into a 30-day detox program. Upon completion she entered the Evergreen House program. While this was not her first choice, Tiffany ended up residing at Evergreen House for seven and one-half months.

Tiffany credits Evergreen’s staff and their patience with her eventual success in the program. Evergreen’s staff understood what she was going through and eventually became like her family. The Evergreen House program provided the structure and support she needed to maintain her sobriety.

Tiffany credits Evergreen House for a second chance at life and she is determined to have a positive impact on others.

- anonymous

A 19 year old woman left an abusive relationship with the infant’s birth father and was interested in making an adoption plan for her 9 week old baby. She was unemployed, close to being homeless, did not have a car or driver’s license and she felt that her daughter deserved two parents who were ready and equipped financially and emotionally for parenthood. Emma’s birth mother was placing Emma’s needs before her own feelings. But she had bonded with Emma and knew it would be extremely difficult.

Emma’s birth father was informed of the adoption plan and initially opposed it. But he realized that adoption was the best plan for their infant. Catholic Charities worked with the birth parents to choose the adoptive family.

Catholic Charities was able to provide grief counseling to Emma’s birth mother upon finalization of the adoption. As part of the openness agreement, the birth parents receive pictures and letters four times a year.

- Anonymous

A single father and his two pre-teen daughters resided at the Interfaith Shelter after separating from his wife and gaining custody of his daughters. Unfortunately, he lost his job and could not afford his housing expenses.
The family relocated to the Steelton-Highspire to be closer to extended relatives, in the hopes of obtaining employment. Due to a lease violation, they were only allowed to stay for a limited time frame.
With no other options they sought shelter at Interfaith. This father worked diligently to seek employment and accepted a position at a local gas station making minimum wage so that they could save for housing. The family was accepted in the Brethren Housing Association’s Fast Track Program, which provides temporary rental assistance and housing to homeless families who demonstrate self-sufficiency and stable income.
After leaving the shelter, he found permanent employment at a casino in the Pocono’s.

- Anonymous
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