St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore strives to ensure those impacted by poverty have the skills and resources to achieve their full potential. We imagine a community where poverty is no longer a barrier to opportunity and where all people have the opportunity to find living wage employment, secure decent affordable housing, receive quality education and access health food.
In pursuit of this vision St. Vincent de Paul serves as a catalyst for positive change in the Baltimore community in the areas of workforce development, housing and homeless services, child and family services and healthy food access. Through these changes, we continue to reduce poverty in the region.
We are proud to be a United Way Impact Partner and to be recognized by Maryland Nonprofits with the Seal of Excellence for maintaining the highest standards of ethics and accountability in nonprofit governance, management, and operations.
Working at St. Vincent de Paul
As a human services organization, the quality of our services and the ultimate success of our business is highly dependent on staffing. St. Vincent de Paul believes the quality of our staff at every level is critical to our ability to achieve organizational excellence. St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
All St. Vincent de Paul staff members’ actions are guided by our employee values:
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore offers highly competitive benefit options to provide for the well-being of employees and their families. Recognizing that the benefits package comprises not only a major part of total compensation but also an important personal benefit, it is St. Vincent de Paul’s goal to provide a comprehensive, yet cost effective benefits package. Benefits include employer paid health, dental and vision benefits, a 403b with employer match, annual paid time off.
“ SVDP gives employees the opportunity to use their skills to give back to the community in a meaningful way. You come to know clients in a way you just never expected. There is no better reward than to know you helped someone move forward when they were struggling.” Career Development Specialist
“One of the reasons I enjoy working for SVDP is the support I have received from my supervisors, directors, and other team members. The organization is exceptional at making its employees feel valued and appreciated.” Regional Director