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Friday, February 27, 2015

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Case Manager

Job Type: Other

Organization: Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of San Antonio

Application Closing Date: 1/26/2013

Job Description:

Case manager needed for nonprofit Money Management Program for low income elders.  Associates or Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Bilingual (Eng/Span) a plus.  Responsibilities include screening of client to determine eligibility; matching of client with appropriate volunteer; maintain program and financial monitoring system, assistance and referral of clients to outside resources, monthly reports, prepare marketing materials for outreach. Public speaking and own reliable transportation required. Criminal background check required. Proficiency in all Microsoft Programs, QuickBooks; excellent written & communication skills. Send resume to HR Director at or fax to (210)227-0217. No phone calls please. EOE.



Location: 202 W. French Place
San Antonio, TX 78212


Contact Information

Name:HR Director

Phone Number:2102221294 do not call

Fax Number:(210)227-0217


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