Welcome to our employment section. Here you can view our currents job openings.
Join our team of passionate, talented people who want to make an impact on lives!
See why we love working here – and why you will, too:
- Our benefits-from our comprehensive benefit offerings to how we value and promote the well-being of our employees.
- 403b match
- Life Insurance
- Disability insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Paid time off/sick/holiday
- Our culture and people
- Life at CAADC is full of big ideas and incredibly passionate individuals who want to make a difference
- Building a Career
- We want you to grow with us; many paths and opportunities offered at our agency
CAADC is committed to equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or any other unlawful factor and complies with all applicable laws.
Current Open Positions
This position is responsible for working collaboratively with Coordinated Entry, Shelter and Rapid Rehousing staff to identify housing opportunities for homeless families and single adults. This position is required to actively seek out, obtain and maintain relationships with landlords, private and non-profit. The Housing Locator provides training to staff and clients on housing opportunities and tenant/landlord roles and responsibilities. This position works collaboratively with all aspects of homeless programs, local Continuum of Care representatives, Department of Human Services, and Office of Housing and Community Development. Click here for the full position description.
This position will be responsible to provide case management services to economically disadvantaged individuals and families through our emergency housing, permanent housing, and workforce development programs. Click here for the full position description.
This position is responsible to provide job readiness/job development/job retention services to unemployed or underemployed individuals enrolled in the Work Ready Program. This position is also responsible to provide training and education to individuals and employers in an effort to create a workplace conducive to individuals entering into community service/paid work experience and/or the workforce. Click here for the full position description.
Veteran Peer Specialist
This position will provide direct street homeless outreach, engagement, location, identification, and screening of homeless Veteran households who may be eligible for the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program. This position is also responsible to provide Veteran to Veteran peer support based on assessed need, housing stability plans, and/or Veteran requests to access and navigate Veteran resources in the community. Click here for the full position description.
This position involves general maintenance and making of repairs at facilities and housing units owned by the Agency/Affiliate Corporations and Partnerships. Click here for the full position description.
Work Ready Case Manager
This position provides intensive case management, support services, barrier remediation, job readiness and educational enhancements to Work Ready participants and their families to promote career advancement and income improvement. Click here for the full position description.
To provide a safe and secure environment for families and individuals living in a shelter setting. Click here for the full position description.