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Providing Help. Creating Hope. Catholic Charities served more than 515,000 people during their greatest times of need throughout the San Joaquin Valley in 2023.

Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno is a branch of Catholic Charities USA, operating within the Diocese of Fresno in California. We are a nonprofit organization that provides social services and assistance to individuals and families in need, regardless of their religious affiliation. Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno offers food assistance, clothing assistance, immigration services, disaster relief, and more. We aim to promote human dignity while serving those most vulnerable in the community. We operate by emphasizing compassion, solidarity, and care for the marginalized.


Under the direct supervision of the Immigration Services Manager (DOJ Accredited Representative) and general supervision of the Executive Director, the incumbent’s responsibilities/duties include, but are not limited to opening, routing, and responding to correspondence, answering telephone calls, and routing/taking messages, as well as providing high-level general clerical support to the supervisor. Secondary assignments may include, attending various special projects related to the events and activities, attending meetings, performing presentations, and delivering clear and accurate messages about current legal policies while representing CCDOF with dignity and respect. This position offers the applicant growth in the immigration sector.


Under general supervision of the Site Director, the Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for the overall operations of CCDOF’s Food Program. This includes but is not limited to coordination of: All Food Distribution Programs (Pantry, USDA, rural outreach, and Farmers Market). Responsible for the overall delivery and pick-up of donated and purchased items. Work closely with CCDOF Truck Driver to coordinate food donations/pick-ups, distribution of rural outreach events. The warehouse supervisor is responsible for product organization, cleanliness upkeep of the site, and keeping records of health and safety food standards. This includes working with the Site Director, staff and the Executive Director.


Under general supervision of the Program Manager, the Emergency Preparedness Educator (EPE) provides outreach, community education, and plan and lead creative workshops to the community of Merced County on how to prepare for earthquakes, floods, threat of wildfires, and public health or medical/health disaster/emergency response to support the Listos California education initiative. Candidates with strong communication and leadership skills are highly desired. This worksite will be located in Merced.

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