At Catholic Community Services of Western Washington and the Archdiocesan Housing Authority, we are committed to compassion, diversity, excellence, justice and stewardship. We are an activist agency for change, working to eliminate poverty and social injustice.

We come from all walks of life, cultural heritages and faith traditions. We fulfill the Catholic Church’s role in the mission of charity to anyone in need by providing compassionate, culturally competent and professional services that strengthen and support individuals, families and communities based on the value and dignity of human life.

We would love to have you join us by applying for one of our open position.

Please Note: Our Hiring Platform has Changed

As of July 5, 2024, all new positions at CCS and AHA will be posted on a new job board.  All applicants will need to create a new profile to apply for future positions.  Previous profile information will not be transferred.   

If you have applied for a position prior to July 5, 2024, you can check the status of that application here.

The FAQ section below has been updated to reflect the questions that may arise on the new job board.

FAQ's and helpful tips when applying for a position

  • Please complete the entire application.
  • Upload a resume and a cover letter for each position you are applying for.
  • Fill out the application on a desktop or laptop computer if possible (cell phones are not the best option).
  • Make sure your browser is updated (Google Chrome is recommended).


Catholic Community Services (CCS) and the Archdiocesan Housing Authority (AHA) of Western Washington offer a comprehensive benefits package for eligible employees in alignment with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.  Many health and wellness benefits are covered at little to no cost for full-time employees, with options for enhanced coverage with an additional employee contribution.

Have Specific Questions about a position? Contact one of our Regional Talent Managers

King County & Archdiocesan Housing Authority
Chelsea Hsiao

Family Behavioral Health
Karla Lacktorin – (all counties)

Beth Thompson – (Whatcom and Skagit Counties)
Shawn Miller – (Snohomish County)

Katelyn Perry– (Southwest, Kitsap Peninsula and Olympic Peninsula Counties)

Home Health Care
Kim Marsh – (all counties)

Long Term Care
Kim Williams – (all counties)