Location: Raleigh, NC
Job Description: This position will report to the Finance Manager for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh and is responsible for the monthly general ledger close and balance sheet / income statement analysis for Catholic Charities. The Staff Accountant will: run monthly financial statements and associated reports for review by agency management and budget holders; prepare financial statements and supporting schedules according to monthly close schedule for Catholic Charities; complete monthly close procedures and update / maintain process documentation; analyze financial statements and report on variances on a monthly basis; and other specified tasks.
Location: Raleigh, NC
Job Description: This position will be responsible for creating bilingual (Spanish and English) content to promote the ministerial work of the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, including Catholic Charities. The communications specialist will utilize various communication methods to highlight the positive community impact and increase brand awareness within Spanish- and English-speaking populations throughout the Diocese of Raleigh. Individuals will work with central and regional staff to tell success stories, maintain the online presence for the agency, and create marketing materials. Work will include occasional travel to regional offices throughout central and eastern North Carolina
Location: Clayton, NC
Job Description: This position will provide culturally competent individual, marital, and family counseling services in accordance with professional and agency standards from St. Ann Parish in Clayton. Responsibilities will include performing psycho-social assessments, development and implementation of treatment plans, and evaluation of effectiveness of services. This position will support the Newton Grove Deanery and refer clients to the closest counseling provider if clients are unable to receive services at St. Ann Catholic Parish.
Locations: Positions available in the Fayetteville Regional Office.
Required Qualifications: Interns must be able to provide Clinical Counseling to individuals, families, and/ or couples and Case Management under supervision. Interns will work with families who would benefit from in-depth assistance due to complex circumstances including domestic violence, job loss, anxiety, depression, and economic or other stressors. Interns must be actively enrolled in one of the Master’s Degree Programs mentioned above. Fluency in spoken and written Spanish as well as proven computer skills is a plus. Knowledge of and commitment to Catholic Social Teachings is required. Authorized to work in the U.S. EOE