Where Your Work Can Change Lives
We invite you to visit our Career Opportunities page to learn more about job openings and to apply.
As the most comprehensive provider of social services in the District of Columbia and suburban Maryland, Catholic Charities serves the poor through the work of more than 800 employees and the helping hands of more than 5,000 volunteers. Our employees are social workers, program managers, dental assistants, immigration attorneys, teachers, accountants, clinicians, fundraisers, case managers, nurse practitioners, training specialists and many others.
- We provide help that empowers and hope that lasts.
- We expect uncompromising integrity in all we do.
- We pursue excellence.
- We pledge service to those in need regardless of background, belief or circumstance.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Working at Catholic Charities is more than a job. It’s a career. We value expertise and provide opportunity for professional growth and advancement. We also offer:
- Medical, Prescriptions, Dental and Vision
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Paid Vacation, Sick and Personal Leave, Including 11 Paid Holidays
- Company-Paid and Supplemental Life Insurance
- Professional Development and Training
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Retirement Savings
- Flexible Work Arrangements
- Clinical Supervision for Social Workers and Counselors
“We say, where your passion and the world’s needs meet, there is God’s call for you. I find such joy in being able to work where my passion and the world’s need meet in this area of serving the newcomer.” — Sister Sharlet Ann Wagner, executive director, Newcomer Network
“What I like about being a case worker? Helping people. I feel very good when people achieve their goals.” — Carmen Alverdi, Newcomer Network case worker
“I like working at Catholic Charites because I feel humbled to be able to be part of a mission that helps the most vulnerable. Working at Catholic Charites is like being part of a large family. It is an incredible feeling to know that if I truly needed assistance that my colleagues, supervisor and the leadership team would be here for me if needed. It truly is my home away from home. — Christopher Waterman, director, Employee Relations
your opportunity to grow
“I have thoroughly enjoyed the time that I have spent working for the ChAMPS program over the past four years. Not only have I been able to develop and continuously enhance my clinical skills, but I have also been able to acquire a wealth of knowledge in many other areas. As a result of being under the guidance of a supportive management team and operating in a collaborative work environment, I have been promoted to several positions of leadership.” — Bria Mathis, LICSW LCSW-C, senior program manager, Child and Adolescent Mobile Psychiatric Service (ChAMPS)
“Being a Pope Francis Scholar and now working with Compass allow me to serve the community in which I grew up. It is a full circle moment to be in this new role designed for me and to give back to a community that has been the foundation for my life’s achievements.” — Joseph Garnett, MSW, LGSW, community liaison, Compass (and former intern as a Pope Francis Scholar while earning a master’s degree in social work)
“Catholic Charities has provided me the opportunity to grow professionally. Since joining Catholic Charities 10 years ago, I have been promoted several times. The work has been both challenging and rewarding. Through these challenges, I have learned so much about the agency and services we provide to clients.” — Daniel Feyissa, director of financial reporting and budget