Published September 26, 2023
Catholic Charities of Arkansas and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul USA Disaster Services are working together with other charities and faith-based organizations to provide long-term recovery case management services for the impacted households from the March 31 tornado that devastated Pulaski, Lonoke and Cross counties in Arkansas.
Disaster case managers are needed to coordinate services and resources to address the tornado survivors' complex disaster recovery needs in order to help them re-establish normalcy.
The grant-funded position is up to one year with the Disaster Services Corporation of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul USA, which is a Catholic non-profit that provides recovery services to families impacted by man-made and natural disasters across the United States and its territories.
The full-time position will include benefits and involve both in-person and remote work. Applicants must have a valid driver's license and registered, insured and reliable vehicle, maintain high standards for protecting client information and sharing confidential information.
To learn more, visit svdpdisaster.bamboohr.com/careers/65. Email Cathy Garcia, regional program manager for DSC Society of St. Vincent de Paul USA, at with any additional questions.