Being a CSA Employee
At Catholic Services of Acadiana we excel in preventing and ending homelessness for people suffering in our community. We offer career opportunities for people who believe in our mission and focus and who also share our core values.
We keep our current job opportunities up to date and posted to the LEDA website. Follow the links below for more information:
- Men's Direct Care Weekend Staff -- St. Joseph Shelter for Men/St. Michael Center for Veterans
Motivated by the Gospel we offer essential services to people experiencing poverty, hunger and homelessness in Acadiana.
Our Core Focus
We embrace our mutual responsibility to care for one another, especially the most vulnerable.
Our Core Values
Dignity of the Human Person - We value the sacred dignity of the human person because we believe all humanity is made in the image and likeness of God. Dignity does not come from what we do but from who we are.
Solidarity - We believe we are one human family regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, economic or ideological differences. We have a firm and persevering determination towards the common good. We believe we are responsible for and belong to each other.
Boundless Mercy - We embody a spirit compassion and forgiveness. We are compelled to be witnesses of the mercy we have received. As vessels of God’s goodness, His mercy must be evident when people encounter us.
Joyful Tenacity - Our joyful tenacity inspires us to respond to adversity with courage. We approach challenges with a spirit of optimism and creativity. We are committed to serving the most vulnerable with a sense of urgency and enthusiasm.
Humility - We recognize that in our service we must have a willingness to do what is necessary. We do not seek our own recognition but rejoice in the success of our cooperative and collaborative efforts.
Justice - We advocate for a just society and pursue the transformation of systems for the furtherance of the most vulnerable. We believe that every injustice suffered by a member of our common family, should be felt in the heart of the Church. We are privileged to offer our voice as advocates on behalf of the people we serve