Case Manger- The Chattanooga Community Kitchen

The Chattanooga Community Kitchen, a non-profit, social service ministry serving those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in our area, is seeking a Case Manger to serve in our Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) program. The PSH program serves the most vulnerable households in the homeless community through intensive case management and the Housing First principle.

Clinic Service Representative- Cempa Community Care

The Clinic Service Representative will work directly with the Medical Office Manager and under the supervision of the Medical Information Coordinator for Clinic Services. The CSR is the first point of customer contact for our patients and patient family members for appointment scheduling and other inquiries necessary to provide comprehensive patient care and a safe environment of the patients and staff. As a CSR at Cempa Community Care, duties will include but may not be limited to keeping accurate medical records, clerical work, client education and support of the clinic and other team members. This position requires terminology used in a Clinical setting. Please note: Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Executive Associate- Thrive Regional Partnership, Inc.

Thrive Regional Partnership, Inc. (Thrive) is a nonprofit regional placemaking organization with a mission to develop, implement and sustain a vision for responsible and inspired growth for the next four decades. Through communication, collaboration, analytics and innovation, Thrive optimizes community enhancement opportunities while protecting the natural treasures and landscapes that define this special place.

Position Summary:

Thrive is a fast-paced, growing organization with an innovative company culture seeking an executive associate to support operations and provide administrative support to the CEO and mission critical activities of the organization. This position is for an organized self-starter who naturally seeks out ways to improve operational efficiencies that support the overall success of the organization and its mission. Specific functions include record keeping, bookkeeping, and meeting management from start to finish, including sending out follow-ups, to-dos, key dates, or recaps. Thrive seeks a person ready to join our high functioning team driven by a beloved shared sense of place for the people, places and treasures of the greater Chattanooga region.

Development Coordinator- SoundCorps

SoundCorps seeks a part-time development coordinator with the experience, skills and educational background needed to design and implement creative solutions to the fundraising and development issues that modern arts-focused nonprofit organizations wrestle with in today’s rapidly changing funding environment.

The development coordinator is responsible for building and executing the development plan, and implementing the information technology systems to support the fundraising strategy. She or he also is responsible for executing a number of special events and cultivating and maintaining relationships with donors.

Chattanooga Area Food Bank Capacity Building Team Member- AmeriCorps Vista

The Chattanooga Area Food Bank is looking for five VISTA candidates that want to help us feed the hungry in our community. Every day our team of dedicated employees, volunteers and partners works to reach out and provide food to those who lack the resources to get enough to eat for themselves and their families.

The people we are looking for will have interests in helping others, food and nutrition, building lasting programs and learning about our ability to gather and distribute the resources we need. The VISTAS will develop our mobile pantry programs where we meet people in the community; reach out to farmers, grocers and manufacturers to bring in new food supplies; establish summer feeding programs in some of our underserved communities; grow community engagement by getting the word out about our needs and connecting to grow our food drive efforts; work directly with our partner agencies in our communities to improve our ability to meet the food need.

Summer Camp Staff- Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts is seeking enthusiastic summer camp staff for 2019. You’ll empower girls, work with a team, and make the world a better place—all while living on the shores of beautiful Norris Lake in East Tennessee. Many positions are available, but we are especially seeking talented Adventure, Archery, Aquatics, and Culinary staff. We provide all training and offer competitive salaries. Room and meals are included for dates below.

Executive Director- Chattanooga 2.0

The leadership team seeks a highly collaborative, innovative problem-solver to lead coalition efforts, in tandem with volunteer leadership, to achieve groundbreaking systemic change in education and talent development that advances greater equity and opportunity for all Hamilton County students and residents. The Executive Director is responsible for leading the work of Chattanooga 2.0 by helping the coalition set and maintain a common agenda, creating a culture of shared accountability, shared measurement and continuous improvement, being the voice of the coalition within the community, and providing supports to the coalition that help drive positive, systemic change.

Key skills required include adaptive excellence, political savvy, analytical thinking, innovative/creative thinking, entrepreneurial mindset, consensus building and a robust understanding of collective impact models of systemic change.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)- Cempa Community Care

The Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) reports to the NP/Director of Clinic Services. The Licensed Clinical Social Worker or LCSW is responsible to improve the quality of life for persons living with HIV/AIDS, HCV or STI’s. The incumbent is responsible for the overall coordination of psychosocial services for an assigned caseload. Regular assessments are conducted through home or office visits as well as ongoing support in maintaining linkage to federal, state, local and community providers. The LCSW works effectively with the physician(s), clinic team and support services team to assure mission, goals and performance standards for the clinic and support services are met. The LCSW should understand his/her own limitations, seeking advice and assistance when necessary. Please note: Specific duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Crisis Worker: Weekend Shift 8 pm – 8 am PT- The Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under the direction of the Lead Crisis Worker, this position responds to afterhours crisis calls and makes referrals for immediate services for victims of domestic violence sexual assault, sexual assault, elder abuse, intimate partner violence and stalking. The CW provides afterhours triaging and provides coverage for the front desk after hours. The position assists afterhour’s first responders through LAP and completes intake on emergency LAP admission. The CW provides customer service at the front desk for residents and visitors/volunteers in the building. The CW monitors security screens document any incidents in the log and ensures anyone entering the building has been cleared to enter. The CW provides assessment, crisis counseling, and referral; enters client data into Osnium and provides support to the house manager in emergency situations and notifies the appropriate staff on call when necessary. They assist the House manager with duties related to maintaining safe, clean and healthy environment.

Crisis Worker: 3rd Shift Full Time- The Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under the direction of the Lead Crisis Worker, this position responds to afterhours crisis calls and makes referrals for immediate services for victims of domestic violence sexual assault, sexual assault, elder abuse, intimate partner violence and stalking. The CW provides afterhours triaging and provides coverage for the front desk after hours. The position assists afterhour’s first responders through LAP and completes intake on emergency LAP admission. The CW provides customer service at the front desk for residents and visitors/volunteers in the building. The CW monitors security screens document any incidents in the log and ensures anyone entering the building has been cleared to enter. The CW provides assessment, crisis counseling, and referral; enters client data into Osnium and provides support to the house manager in emergency situations and notifies the appropriate staff on call when necessary. They assist the House manager with duties related to maintaining safe, clean and healthy environment.

IMAX VR Operator- The Tennessee Aquarium

At the Tennessee Aquarium and IMAX® 3D Theater, we strive to connect people with nature and empower them to make informed decisions about water and wildlife. We are passionate about our values, which include respect for conservation, a mindset of lifelong learning, and a collaborative, learning-based, respectful work environment.

The Aquarium is looking for a positive, friendly seasonal VR Operator to operate our Virtual Reality simulators while providing a high level of customer service, and creating a fun and memorable experience for guests.

Employment Coordinator- AIM Center

The purpose of the position is to advance AIM Center’s Supported Employment services for AIM members, adults aged 18 and older with a serious mental illness. This position will establish and maintain meaningful relationships with AIM members and community employers and create Transitional Employment (TE) partnerships. The position will be responsible for promoting, creating and maintaining relationships that advance member recovery.

Director of Development (Full-Time) - Make a Wish: East Tennessee

The Director of Development is responsible for spearheading the annual growth of chapter revenues by identifying, cultivating and soliciting donor prospects for leadership gifts; major gifts; planned gifts (particularly bequests); corporate gifts; employee giving; and foundation grants. S/he will develop, lead, and manage the development team while personally focusing on major gift solicitation. The Director is responsible for prospect research, database integrity, and stewardship of donors in support of the goal of raising funds from individuals, corporations, and philanthropic foundations.

Elder Abuse Case Manager – Victim Support Services- Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under general supervision of the Outreach Program Manager, provides casework/case management services to assist elderly and adult disabled victims of crime in resolving issue of abuse, neglect, exploitation, and criminal assault. The focus is to provide services that will assist and empower victims to stabilize their lives after the victimization, help them understand and participate in the criminal justice system, and provide them with a measure of safety and security while assuring that their rights are protected. The incumbent performs all related activities including: 1) in- home assessment, 2) providing information and counsel, 3) linking with appropriate agency and community resources, 4) advocating on the victim’s behalf, and 5) performing basic administrative tasks.

Development Coordinator- Tennessee Aquarium

At the Tennessee Aquarium, our mission is to connect people with nature and empower them to make informed decisions about water and wildlife. We are passionate about a number of values which include respect for research and conservation, a mindset of lifelong learning, and a diverse, collaborative and learning-based work environment.

As the Development Coordinator you will be the lead staff member for fundraising data, gift entry and reporting. Provide administrative support for the office of Development and participate in and contribute to all aspects of customer service for donors and other community-based partners.

PRN Supervised Visitation Monitor in Crisis Services/Family Connections- Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults

PRN (as needed) Supervised Visitation Monitor will monitor visits between children and their non-custodial parent in a safe environment. The PRN Visitation Monitor will also schedule and conduct orientations with both parents, at separate times and with the child(ren). The PRN Visitation Monitor will follow safety and security protocols set in place for the protection and safety of all participants.