Catholic Charities attributes its success and recognition as a top human services provider in Oklahoma to those who serve on its team. We take pride in recruiting and employing the top talent across our 14 different programs and administration functions. The drive and energy our employees bring each day is what allows us to carry out our mission to provide help and hope to all in the Catholic tradition of service. Our 102 year history of serving central and western Oklahoma is a direct result of the dedication and contributions our staff make each day.
Catholic Charities strives to provide a work environment that encourages team work, pride, opportunity, continuing education and advancement. Our compensation and benefits package is very competitive. Catholic Charities offers a family friendly enviroment that is rich in opportunities for personal and professional growth. Employees work a 37.5 hour week and enjoy generous paid leave. As the agency continues to grow and expand into new communities as well as construct a new main services building in Oklahoma City, it is an exciting time to be at Catholic Charities.
The Senior Director of Mission Advancement directs and oversees Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City's Mission Advancement department's support of agency long-term objectives, staff and all related activities. Primary functions include development and execution of agency fundraising strategies and supporting marketing, public relations, parish engagement, and volunteer coordination activities undertaken by supervised staff. Working closely with the Executive Director and senior staff, the Senior Director of Mission Advancement ensures that the mission objectives of CCAOKC are funded and understood throughout central and western Oklahoma.
Qualified candidates should possess a Bachelor's Degree in PR, Communications, Business or other related field, 10 years of progressive fundraising and supervision experience, a history of soliciting large gifts, and event management experience for 400 or more guests. Advanced degree, CFRE designation, and fluency in English and Spanish preferred. Interested candidates should at apply HERE.
The Assistant Director of Family Support Services is responsible for the management of the emergency assistance program, case management and transitional housing. The Assistant Director supervises, counsels and aids at-risk individuals and/or families requiring one or more forms of psychosocial services; interviews clients experiencing problems with personal and family adjustments, finances, employment, food, housing, physical and mental impairments, and/or similar areas; secures and evaluates applicable related informaion; refers clients to community resources and other organizations. Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor's Degree in a behavioral science, preferably in social work. A Master's Degree is preferred. Fluency in Spanish and English is preferred. Interested candidates should apply HERE.
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