Social Services in the Diocese of Paterson
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Equal Employment Opportunity. It is our policy to consider and employ the most qualified candidates for positions in all areas and to provide them with equal opportunity for advancement. In aspects of employment but not limited to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, layoff, rates of pay and other forms of compensation, selection for training, and all other terms and conditions of employment, CFCS will not discriminate against any person on account of race, creed, religion, age, sex, disability, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by Federal, State or local law. Any person who violates this policy will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
Catholic Family & Community Services
School Bus Driver-After School Program PTPosted on 01/10/14

Driver must have a Commercial Driver License with a school bus endorsement Excellent driving record. Responsible for transporting children safely from one destination to another. Assist in passing out snacks to children in the program. Maintain appropriate records for the bus and check for repairs on a weekly basis. Email to: Fax to: 973-333-6031

Preschool Teacher Posted on 02/12/14

Responsible for assisting the Classroom Teacher facilitate daily curriculum activities for the children. Assist in the management and supervision of 15 children between the ages of 3 and 5. Location: Friendship Corner I 279 Carroll St., Paterson, NJ 07501 Part time, non-exempt position (12 hours) Email to: Fax to: 973-333-6031 Applications may be obtained at any CFCS office location.

School Bus Driver PTPosted on 01/10/14

Provides transportation services to CFCS clients for essential medical and support services in a timely manner. Must have a Commercial Driver License with a school bus endorsement. Excellent driving record.Email to: Fax to: 973-333-6031

Senior Home Assistant PTPosted on 02/12/14

Provide light housekeeping services in clients homes, provide exemplary customer service to senior clients and clients with disabilities, participate in meetings and trainings, maintain schedule and time-tracking, to communicate with supervisor on a regular basis regarding client status and needs.  Email to: Fax to: 973-333-6031

Office ManagerPosted on 02/26/14

Will be responsible for the overall administrtion support functions of the Aging Services Program.  Will work closely with the Operations Manager to ensure that the Aging Services Programs remain in compliance with all external providers.

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Fax to: 973-333-6031


CookPosted on 02/26/14

Assist supervisor in preparing threemeals and snacks for p to 42 residential students and a smaller number of day students; helps to maintain an adequate food inventory and for maintaining kitchen and dining area, equipment, dishes and sjupplies in a clean and orderly manner.

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Fax to: 973-333-6031

Child Care Worker -PTPosted on 02/26/14

Responsible for the direct supervision and care of assigned residents including observation of behaviors, assistance in following the residential program, including acrivities and physical care, and providing assistance in dealing with inner and externaly-generated conflicts.

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Fax to: 973-333-6031

Office AssistantPosted on 02/26/14

The office support position in the Referral & Assessment process and data entry functions, as well as assisting with the processing and assignment of annual and exit eval. referral, and monitoring of the BDI-2 website data entry, filing and acts as a support to the Supervisor, secretary,, and other office staff as needed.

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fax to: 973-333-6031

Wrap Around Teacher Assistant PTPosted on 03/25/14

The Office Support position assists in the Referral & Assessment process and Data Entry functions, as well as assisting with the processing and assignment of Annual and Exit Evaluation referral, and monitoring of the BD1-2 ebsite daa entry, filing, and acts as a support of the supervisor, secretary and other office staff as needed.

Email to: or fax to: 973-333-6031

Service CoordinatorPosted on 02/26/14

The Service Coordinator acts as a single point of contact in helping parents obrain the services they need, coordinating all services across agency lines.  Responsible for assisting and enabling child eligible under NJEIS and the child's family to receive rights, procedural safeguards, and services authorized under the NJ Early Intervention System.

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Fax to: 973-333-6031

Youth Program Coordinator FTPosted on 02/26/14

Undcer supervision of Site Director he/she will coordinate the services offered to youth between the ages of 9-17. Program participants are referred by local school officials, families or custodial parent, and other community organizations. Services include: one on one tutoring, behavior modification, individual guidance and support, group guidance, home visits, school visits, and referrals in-house or to other community organizations for additional support and counseling.

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Fax to: 973-333-6031

Custodian - PT - 2 PositionsPosted on 03/25/14

The custodian works in cooperation with the Maintenance Supervisor, The Director of Maintenance and the Site Director as well as other staff members to maintain a safe and clean facility in accordance with all required standards and compliance.

Email to: or fax to: 973-333-6031

School Certified Social Worker - FT - 2 Positions - TotowaPosted on 03/25/14

Responsible for provideng therapy to children as "Emotionally Disturbed" and their families; documents therapy given and other clinical services as indicated and required by DCP&P regulations; coordinates and reports to the activities of other professionals as they affect their assigned clientele.

Email to: or fax to: 973-333-6031

Occupational Therapists and Speech TherapistsPosted on 03/25/14

Independent Contractors Occupational Therapists & Speech Therapists.

CFCSA is looking for two OT's and two ST's to join the Evaluation Team as Independent Contractors, working with the Early Intervention Program.  The candidate will posess a NJ Professional License in the Clinical area of OT and ST, and will have a minimum of three years experience working independently as an evluator working with children in the birth to three-year age range with developmental delays.  Must be willing o trave between Bergen and Passaic Counties.

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Department for Persons with Disabilities
Residential Counselors FT, PT, Temporary and SubPosted on 01/10/14
Residential Counselor is a direct care profession -primary responsibility is to manage personal health, safety and welfare of the people living in the house. Provide training, supervision and structure to individuals as they carry out daily activities. Responsible for administering/supervising medication, train, supervise and assist individuals in personal care areas, participate/supervise in cleaning, cooking and life skills. Full-time, part-time, on-call and temporary roles in our group homes located in Oak Ridge, West Milford, Pompton Lakes, Sparta, Parsippany and Butler. High School diploma or equivalent necessary. Previous experience working with people with developmental disabilities, or related field preferred but not required. Must be l8 years old, have valid NJ driver's license and driving record in good standing. All prospective hires, including subs and volunteers, must successfullly meet and complete job requirements and background checks. Visit us at, click on Work at DPD download and complete job application and fax to 973-697-9603 Attention: HR

Straight & Narrow, Inc.
NursesPosted on 01/10/14

Immediate openings for Per Diem RN/LPN -  All shifts available.

Our Detox hospital is currently accepting applications for all three shifts. Excellent differential rate of pay.

Send resume to

H/R/ Director, PO Box 2738, Paterson, NJ 07509

or fax it to (973) 345-5653

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