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Are You Ready to Make a Difference?

Catholic Community Services seeks dedicated, compassionate employees who share our values of Love, Justice, Truth and Freedom. We hire and serve people of all faiths, and we value diversity.

What Our Employees Think

 “I love the long lasting connections that you make with the individuals and their family members.”

 

Angela Dionne

Adult Residental Services Director

“The people are amazing.  It feels like family when I come to work.  I love the idea of helping others, and that is found in every department of CCS.

 

Heidi Frederick

Volunteer Services Coordinator

Our Culture

We offer an environment that supports personal health and professional growth. CCS collaborates with national institutions such as the Council on Accreditation, the Sanctuary Institute, and the Harvard Center for the Developing Child and is at the forefront of bringing breakthrough, evidence-based practices to Oregon.

Contact a Recruiting Specialist

Amber Tela
971-375-7788 or email [email protected]

Our Stories

Read the stories of people in your community being helped. See all our stories.

CCS Annual Report 2020

CCS Annual Report 2020

Read about our 2020 highlights, inspiring stories about those we serve, our community impact and financial stewardship. Check out our gratitude section that honors all of our donors, partners and volunteers who make our work possible!

Seymour Center: Where Children & Families Flourish

Seymour Center: Where Children & Families Flourish

Like many schools and classrooms that temporarily sat empty due to state restrictions requiring children to stay home, Willamette Education Service District, Oregon Child Development Coalition, and Salem-Keizer Public Schools at the Seymour Center are back in full...

Thank You, 2021 Annual Luncheon Sponsors

Thank You, 2021 Annual Luncheon Sponsors

Thank you to all who were a part of our 17th Annual Luncheon in September. It was inspiring to see hundreds of community members gather to champion the positive development of adults with disabilities like Matt, strengthen families like Kayla and Percy, and build...