Central City Concern has an online employment application. You can view the full list of open job opportunities on our Job Openings page. Within the job posting you can click “Apply Now” to apply for the position. This will prompt you to create a “Presence.” This is your resume profile. Once you’ve created the presence, you can then click “submit” and your application will be submitted for the position that is indicated at the top of the screen. You will receive an email confirmation once we’ve received your application. Please monitor your email for updates on the status of your application. You can use the same profile to apply for multiple jobs, so don’t lose your login information.
If you need assistance completing an employment application, please contact the Human Resources department at 503-294-1681 or come by our Administration office at 232 NW 6th Avenue.
Current CCC employees must submit employment applications through UltiPro and not through this website. To search for jobs and submit an application, log into the UltiPro timecard system and go to “View opportunities” under the “My company” tab. Questions can be directed to the Human Resources department.
It takes knowledgeable, dedicated, and compassionate people to achieve the mission of CCC. We employ people from diverse backgrounds, histories,
and fields of expertise to provide integrated services that are relevant, evidence-based, culturally appropriate, and multi-disciplinary. CCC
values both formal education and lived experience as preparation to be successful in the work that we do and we are continuously creating opportunities
for professional development for all types of staff.
At CCC we live the mission of our organization with our employees by providing opportunities for growth, development, and realizing one’s full potential. Approximately 40% of our staff identify as being in recovery and have either been participants in CCC services or of similar programs in the past. This aspect of our work environment, paired with the meaningful work we do for our clients and our community, creates a culture of peer support and collaboration that is unparalleled.
CCC values and celebrates diversity in race, heritage, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, and disability. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and we prioritize active inclusion of diverse staff.
CCC is committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and equity for staff of all backgrounds and we have numerous ongoing initiatives to support this effort, including but not limited to:
CCC values the service Veterans and their family members have given to our country and we support the hiring of returning service members and military spouses.
CCC is a second chance employer and is committed to providing employment opportunities to people with criminal backgrounds. All employment decisions regarding criminal history are made in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Ban the Box legislation. We consider type of conviction, length of time since the crime, relevance to the position applied for, and contract or regulatory requirements governing the position. As a federal contractor, CCC is unable to employ or contract with any individual who is on the Office of Inspector General or System for Award Management exclusion lists.
All employment decisions are to further the principle of equal employment opportunity without discrimination due to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, gender, political affiliation, veteran status, marital status, source of income, family relations status, sexual orientation, filing of worker’s compensation claims, genetic information, disability or any other status protected under applicable laws.
This policy covers all job classifications. Only valid requirements will be imposed for employment practices that include but are not limited to recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, compensation, discipline, transfers, layoffs, terminations, education tuition assistance, social and recreational programs, and all other aspects of employment. Affirmative Action Plan statements are linked below.
CCC encourages people with disabilities to apply for any employment opportunity for which they are qualified. Requests for reasonable accommodation can be directed to the Human Resources department (503-294-1681).