Not Just a Job…
Sculpt a rewarding career that makes a difference in your community with Catholic Charities of Baltimore!
Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a wonderful place to work! Here you can build a career where you make meaningful differences in the lives of others. Whether working in direct services with our clients, finance, information technology, human resources, development, communications, education or a variety of other areas, you will be an important member of an organization that believes that every person has infinite worth and promise.
Catholic Charities of Baltimore offers a wide range of benefits to meet the ever-changing needs of our employees. These benefits include:
- Health/dental/vision insurance
- Vacation/sick/holiday pay
- 403(b) Retirement Plan with discretionary employer contribution
- Life insurance
- Short- and Long-Term Disability plans
- Employee assistance program
- Flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care
- Direct deposit
- Employee credit union
- Support of advanced training, professional and educational development
Click here to view our Benefits Summary.
Here at Catholic Charities, we believe in the continuous growth and development of our talented staff. We offer several comprehensive learning and development opportunities that support this commitment. A few of our programs include:
- New Employee Orientation and Onboarding
- Make connections with fellow new employees
- Learn about the history of the agency
- Understand the Mission, Vision, Values in action
- Professional Development
- Robust curricula in E-learning and Classroom settings
- “Leaders as Teachers”
- University Partnerships
- Performance and Development Planning Individual and team goal setting
- Creating and supporting development plans
- Stretch assignments
Our agency is so diverse and extensive that we offer positions that draw from a wide range of talent, experience and educational backgrounds. With over 80 programs in 200 locations around the state of Maryland, we serve children and families, people living in poverty, immigrants, seniors and people with developmental disabilities.
We value and promote the collaboration of ideas, teamwork and respect. We embrace diversity. These are not mere words. Our employees, clients…people of different religions, races, genders, ages, national origins, socio-economic status and abilities. In short, we offer equal opportunities to all individuals. We strive for realistic work-family balance and offer an array of competitive benefits.
We are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for all of our employees and clients. You will find your career fulfilling because, no matter what role you fill, you are part of a premier organization that improves the lives of 160,000 people in this area every year. Catholic Charities’ vision “Cherishing the Divine Within All” whom we serve provides a spiritual foundation for work that matters.
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Q. Do you have to be Catholic to work at Catholic Charities?
A. No. Catholic Charities welcomes and serves people of all faiths. Catholic Charities recognizes the value of all perspectives by providing equal opportunities to all individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, sex, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, pregnancy, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, military status or obligations, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected status.
Q. Do you offer benefits to part-time employees?
A. Yes. If the position requires at least twenty (20) hours per week, part-time employees are eligible for benefits. Click here to view our benefits summary.
Q. How do I apply online?
A. Please click here to view open positions and apply online.
Q. Why do most of your positions require a driver’s license with no more than 3 points?
A. Many of our positions may require you to transport clients and/or yourself to various locations. Because of this requirement, you need a valid driver’s license, and for safety and insurance reasons, we require you have no more than 3 points.
Q. I tried to submit an online application, but I don’t have an email address. How can I apply?
A. Our system requires that you enter an email address because our recruiting team has an electronic process. We send you acknowledgments, additional communications and information via email. If you do not have an email address and want to submit a resume online, please click here for assistance to apply online by setting up an email account.
Q. Do you require pre-employment drug screens and/or background checks?
A. It depends. Many of our positions are direct care positions that require our employees to work closely with vulnerable populations. Depending on the requirements of the position and the division of Catholic Charities you will be working in, you may be required to take a pre-employment drug screen, a criminal background check, be fingerprinted and/or have a complete physical.
Click here to view our latest Mission in Action video highlighting employees and volunteers.
Employee Comments on Catholic Charities Leadership Programs:
The program introduced me to new ways of thinking and took me out of my comfort zone. I also can’t stress enough how valuable it was to go through the program with the rest of the group and to build business and personal ties. I believe that those ties will allow this group to function more effectively in the future as we work on future projects.
One of my favorite parts of this program was having the opportunity to meet and learn with others from throughout the agency. In my role, I do not get to interact as much as I would like with my peers, so having the chance to talk with them and hear what is impacting them in their work was very helpful and made me feel more connected to the agency.
What Employees Like Most About Working at Catholic Charities:
The Supportive environment, especially among my coworkers. It is an environment that is encouraging which helped me get through some of the more challenging times. There is also a culture created that values self-care and the importance of having good work-life balance.
I enjoy being able to make a difference in each underprivileged and vulnerable individual’s life.
My colleagues, staff, and supervisors come from all backgrounds and are knowledgeable in many areas. I like the commitments and mission of Catholic Charities and how they impact my work with clients and staff. I enjoy supervising individuals who are also committed to the mission of the agency. I also enjoy working with agencies and individuals in the community. I appreciate the opportunities and encouragement to expand my professional interactions and knowledge.
Helping individuals in my community. Standing side by side with them while they take steps to better their lives.
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Policy
Catholic Charities is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to compliance with all laws and regulations concerning employment. Catholic Charities shall not discriminate against, or any other benefit related to, initial employment, reemployment, retention in employment, training, opportunities for advancement, promotion, pay, or any other benefit of employment to any person because of race, color, religion, ancestry, sex, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, pregnancy, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, military status or obligations, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected status.