Job Openings at Cathedral Square
Performs a variety of cleaning duties in common areas including vacuuming, dusting, mopping, buffing and waxing floors.
Must possess a High School diploma or equivalent. Prior cleaning experience preferred. Prior experience working with seniors or individuals with disabilities preferred. Good communication skills and a friendly demeanor are required. Must be detail-oriented.
Hours and Locations: (1) Full Time, Cathedral Square Assisted Living, Burlington VT.
The IT Manager is responsible for the oversight and operation of all Cathedral Square information technology systems at 20+ remote sites. The IT Manager leads a small team of dedicated technical and administrative support positions. The manager oversees daily network administration, planning and implementation of hardware and software purchases, and troubleshooting and maintenance of hardware, software, and networks. The Manager also oversees and provides technical assistance and training to staff and develops and monitors the annual IT budget and five-year budget plan.
Bachelor's or master’s degree in business, computer science, information technology or a related field or equivalent work experience. At least 4 years’ experience in systems administration, TCP/IP, information security/authorization profiles, system administration of Windows networks/systems, and server management. Must have 3 years’ experience in implementing and enforcing network security throughout an organization, including at remote sites, and 7 years’ experience in installing, maintaining, configuring, and ensuring the integrity of computer software. Should have knowledge and thorough understanding of Cisco appliances, Microsoft 365, Windows Server 2012-2019, Active Directory, and SonicWALL security appliances. Experience with VMWare vSphere, VEEAM, Barracuda backup appliances, Barracuda networks and Cisco wireless technology highly desired. Knowledge of and experience with HIPAA laws and regulations highly desired. Ability to participate in on-call rotation and travel to CS sites. Requires supervision/team management experience and excellent communication, listening interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills. Must have a valid Vermont driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Hours and Location: Full time, Cathedral Square headquarters (412 Farrell St.) in South Burlington.
Resident Finance Associate
The Residential Finance Associate is responsible for processing residential payments including checks, money orders and electronic fund transfers. Processes subsidy payments from various sources and reviews resident accounts, working to keep them balanced and follows up with residents as needed. Works with residents or site staff on payment plans and repayment agreements. Initiates the eviction process for non-payment of rent when necessary. Runs reports as needed and works closely with department staff on projects.
An Associates degree or equivalent experience preferred. Previous accounting background is preferred. Experience with the MSOffice Suite is required (advanced Excel skills preferred). Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to multi-task and willingness to cross-train in a variety of housing-related tasks, as well as learn and adhere to appropriate regulations is required. Accuracy entering and working with numbers is essential.
Hours and Location: Part-Time (20 Hours) or Full Time (40 Hours), Cathedral Square headquarters (412 Farrell St.) in South Burlington.
Occupancy and Compliance Specialist
The Occupancy and Compliance Specialist (OCS) is responsible for providing administrative support for the Occupancy and Compliance Manager specifically for Assisted Living Communities (ALC). The OCS is responsible for processing paperwork to verify residents meet regulatory set-aside requirements of the property. Job responsibilities include interviewing housing applicants/residents, maintaining waitlist and preparing data for entry into Property Management software regarding Occupancy (Interim and Annual Re-certifications). Assists with resident records documentation to comply with appropriate affordable housing regulations. Coordinates with LTC Administrator, Director of Nursing, Memory Care at Allen Brook Manager, applicant and applicant’s Power of Attorneys, when applicable, to ensure timely move in. Responsible for processing residential payments, processes subsidy payments from various sources and reviews resident accounts, working to keep them balanced and follows up with residents or POA as needed. He/she will perform housing recertification’s that will require traveling to the assisted living communities and meeting with residents.
An Associate’s degree or financial background and data entry experience is preferred. Must have excellent written, oral communication, organizational and time management skills. Ability to multi-task and willingness to cross-train in a variety of housing-related tasks, as well as learn and adhere to appropriate regulations is required. Accuracy entering and working with numbers is essential. The ability to maintain confidentiality, exercise good judgment and to work closely and cooperatively with staff to ensure the smooth administration of programs is essential in this position. Experience with BostonPost, MS Word and Excel is preferred, but not required. Regulatory compliance or knowledge of HUD and LIHTC is preferred. Knowledge of Medicaid Waiver programs, ACCS, ERC and other funding programs and governing bodies related to assisted living. Valid Drivers’ license and reliable transportation is required.
Hours and Location:
Part-Time (20 Hours) or Full-Time (40 Hours), Grand Way Commons
The Housing Manager is responsible for overseeing the building and rental operations at the properties he/she is assigned to, including; building a trusting relationship with residents, creating a sense of community among residents, and maintain compliance of all regulatory requirements.
Must possess a high school diploma. A degree in Social Work, Business or related field is preferred. At least one year of experience managing properties and knowledge of HUD, LIHTC and other applicable housing regulations is preferred. Prior experience working with seniors or individuals with disabilities and knowledge of community services available for seniors is preferred. Must possess good interpersonal communication skills and be able to relate to a wide variety of people. The ability to respond appropriately to emergency situations and display good decision-making abilities is critical to the success of this position. Must possess good analytical skills and the ability to work with Excel spreadsheets and Microsoft Publisher. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Hours and Locations: Full Time (36 Hours), Wright House (Shelburne) & Juniper House (Burlington)
Summary: The Support and Services at Home (SASH) Coordinator builds trusting relationships with participants in SASH in order to develop a thorough knowledge of each SASH participant’s strengths and challenges as they pertain to living safely in their home. The SASH Coordinator (SC) convenes the on-site SASH team on a regular basis to coordinate care and services to meet the needs of participants; identifies and proactively responds to the underlying causes of any resident or community problems/issues, drawing on the support of their supervisor as needed; organizes and facilitates resident meetings on a monthly basis.
Must possess a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or equivalent combination of background and experience. Previous experience coordinating services specifically for the senior or adult with disability client population is preferred. Knowledge of area resources and programs available to seniors and adults with disabilities, including transportation, health services, and recreational activities is essential. Demonstrated excellence in verbal and written communication is required. Must have knowledge of and an appreciation for the heritage, values, and wisdom of each resident and a commitment to the philosophy of a person’s choice to age at home. Must possess a valid driver’s license. A working knowledge of MSWord and Publisher is highly desirable.
Hours and Location:
Full Time Position Available in Williston Community.
The cook prepares and serves meals in a friendly, professional manner to residents at Cathedral Square Assisted Living (Burlington) and/or Memory Care at Allen Brook (Williston). Responsibilities involve all facets of kitchen operations, including ordering, preparing, serving, cleaning, and receiving, inspecting and rejecting orders, and monitoring all kitchen equipment. The cook is on call to cover for the Manager of Food Service as needed.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Ability to perform basic math and to read and follow instructions, recipes and resident information
- Flexibility in working schedule and weekend/ holiday availability
- Good communication skills and ability to relate to a wide variety of people
- Prior cooking experience preferred
- Prior experience working with seniors or individuals with disabilities preferred
Hours & Location: Per diem and Part-Time available in Burlington.
Responsible for a full range of property maintenance duties including painting, heating and ventilation troubleshooting and repair, responding to work orders, minor plumbing and electrical work, snow shoveling, and landscaping. Daily assignments will vary due to the site and availability of other maintenance staff. He/she will also be on call for maintenance emergencies.
Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and at least one year of experience in property maintenance. Must have a valid Vermont driver’s license and reliable transportation. Ability to perform physical activities associated with maintenance work is required.
Hours and Location: (3) Full-time, various locations.
Resident Assistants provide compassionate care and support to Cathedral Square residents who are physically and/or cognitively impaired. They work as part of a close-knit, casual and professional team at Cathedral Square Assisted Living in downtown Burlington and/or at Memory Care at Allen Brook, our specialized memory-care community in Williston. They help residents maintain a high quality of life by providing an open ear and helping them with personal care and daily activities, including dressing, eating, hygiene and medications. Experience working with elders is preferred but not required, as we provide paid training!
NOTE: Special precautions are in place at this time to ensure the safety and health of our staff and residents, including additional sanitation, restricted access and social distancing.
- Compassion, positive attitude, strong work ethic, reliability, and ability to “go with the flow” as needed
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to relate to a variety of people
- Able to think, act and intervene appropriately in both routine and emergency situations
- Able to lift, carry, stand, bend, squat, crawl, reach and kneel using good body mechanics for sustained periods of time (think of the steps you’ll get in!)
- Able to communicate effectively in writing for the purpose of documentation and keeping records
- LNA certification and prior experience as a nursing assistant or aide to people who are elderly or disabled is a plus.