Data Dashboard Developer- Public Education Foundation

The Public Education Foundation (PEF) is seeking a Data Dashboard Developer to partner with the organization’s research and effectiveness staff on measurement, research, and evaluation tasks associated with our College and Career Network programs and constituents. This team member will begin work on or before September 9, 2019 and will equal a full-time employment schedule. This is a one-year, renewable, grant-funded position. Employment past one year is contingent on successful completion of assigned duties and future funding. This position requires on-site (at the PEF offices) and occasional off-site work. The Data Dashboard Developer will report to PEF’s Director of Research and Evaluation.

The work associated with this position is designed to explore, uncover, and define postsecondary readiness, matriculation, persistence/retention, and completion challenges and barriers while seeking to develop tools to aid education professionals, students, and parents/guardians in overcoming these barriers.

Program Facilitator- Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians

Would you enjoy delivering Girl Scout programs to girls? Are you interested in seasonal part-time work? If yes, the Girl Scout Council of Southern Appalachians is looking for you. We are seeking a program facilitator in the Hamilton County area who will work with groups of girls in community-based locations. Positions may have a known ending date or may be subject to whether funding is available for the sites. Hours are typically late afternoons and approximately 10 hours per week.

Residential Manager- Love’s Arm

Position Purpose: Love’s Arm engages in transformative Christ-centered relationships with persons in addiction-related prostitution & the sex industry that empower and transition them beyond the shame into a community of grace. Love’s Arm established Rahab’s Rest, 24-month cost free housing for women exiting addiction, prostitution/sex trafficking in Chattanooga, TN which opened in October of 2018.

The Residential Manager will provide on-going support and oversight to our residents according to the 2019 Rahab’s Rest policies and procedures handbook. The Resident Manager will develop meaningful and trusting relationships with women who have exited addiction-related struggles such as prostitution and the sex industry. Work schedule will be 30 hours per week Monday – Friday.

Director of Case Management- The Chattanooga Community Kitchen

The Chattanooga Community Kitchen, a non-profit social service agency serving those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in the Chattanooga Area, is seeking a dynamic, experienced, innovative leader to serve as the Director of Case Management.

Vital to the mission of the organization, the Director of Case Management is the head cheerleader for the program staff, providing support and oversight to case management programs and the family shelter. The Director will ensure that programs of the organization seamlessly support people as they start from a situation of homelessness and transition into self-sufficiency.

Construction and Programs Support Staff- Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga

· The Construction and Programs Support Staff reports directly to the Construction and Programs Office Manager who reports directly to the VP of Construction and Programs who reports directly to the CEO/ President.

· The C&P Support Staff works in partnership with all staff to ensure the mission of HFHGCA is maintained. This position is part time with benefits, 32 hours/ 4 days per week, and very occasional Saturday work

Development Coordinator- UnifiEd

Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED) and the Director of Operations (DO), the Development Coordinator (Coordinator) will spearhead fundraising and donor relationship development efforts as UnifiEd continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Coordinator will have the opportunity to help build the development function.

DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING COORDINATOR – CNP HAITI

The mission of Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti (CNP) is to help raise a healthy generation of Haitian children, who can in turn raise Haiti from poverty. CNP works alongside Haitian communities and in collaboration with the local healthy system and our partnering nonprofits, to prevent and treat malnutrition by focusing on its root causes and empowering families through education. Our U.S. headquarters is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Executive Director, who manages general operations and fundraising, leads our small team. We employ over 80 Haitians in the Leogane region of the country. The national board of directors works in collaboration with the staff as a unified team.

Opportunity: The Development & Marketing Coordinator will work in the U.S. office reporting to the Executive Director to ensure the smooth operations of the development, marketing, and special event functions through a donor-centered approach. This position supports fundraising activities through donor stewardship, prospect research, reporting, and database management for all CNP constituencies.

Executive Director/Social Worker- Signal Mountain Social Services:

As Executive Director he/she will oversee and participate in the daily operations of the Agency. He/She reports to the Board any issues or concerns that may arise. The Director is a member of the Board and makes recommendations but does not vote.

The Director is responsible for budget forecasting, completing grant proposals from mountain Churches, civic organizations, The United Way and writing the annual report distributed to donors and board. Director oversees public relations, including speaking at community organizations about the agency. (Part time social worker can also do this) Director oversees the budget and makes adjustments to services as necessary. The Director is responsible for funding, fostering relationships with donors and identification of prospective donors as well as oversight of our annual fundraising campaign.. Director fosters a transparent attitude inviting questions from donors, board and the community at large.

The Director is responsible to see that all special projects are successful based on the project objectives. Director coordinates with all Committees and motivates Council members. Director is responsible for overall planning of Christmas Baskets along with coordination from both social workers.

The Director works as a Social Worker providing case management which can include but is not limited to: assessment, home visits, life skills counseling, advocacy, forming an action plan, referral to other agencies outside of our areas of service and following through with clients to assess progress. Also includes networking with area schools, police, fire department, civic organizations and Churches. Total Social Worker responsibilities are shared between the Director and two additional part time social workers. Director/Social Worker makes daily decisions regarding assistance given to clients and coordinates with Council when specific assistance is needed (for example: home repair projects) Director/Social Worker and part time social workers are responsible for picking necessary items for projects as needed.

Director oversees office staff of 2 part time social workers, Food Pantry Manager, Financial Administrator, Clothes House Manager and staff, Tutors, all volunteers (30 office and various other volunteers)

Director is responsible for the oversight of the Clothes House managing the manager to ensure that the Clothes House meets all financial objectives. Director is responsible for managing the Food Pantry manager to ensure that goals are met.

Administrative Assistant- The Chattanooga Zoo

This position is responsible for assisting the zoo administration in daily operations. This position will be the face of the administration building, greeting all guests to the building, and assisting them as needed. This position will answer the zoo’s main phone line and answer questions, or transfer calls as necessary. This position will also assist the administrative staff in office duties such as filing, creating reports, stuffing envelopes and mailers, entering data into databases, etc.

PRN Children & Youth Master’s Level Clinician – Helen Ross McNabb Center

Clinician provides weekly individual and family psycho-therapy to children and adolescents with mental health diagnosis and/or at for mental health diagnosis.  Clinician will ensure compliance with productivity standards set by the IST Coordinator by scheduling determined number of clients for weekly sessions, providing appointment reminder calls, providing follow up phone calls when clients cancel or miss scheduled appointments. Clinician is to provide psycho-social assessments for clients entering the Helen Ross McNabb IST Center and provides diagnosis and appropriate referrals for clients assessed.  Clinician will provide mental status assessments for IST clients at medication appointments as needed.  Clinician will discuss options/goals for clients receiving services.  Clinician provides crisis intervention and emergency services as needed.  Clinician embraces the key values of clinical services: empowerment, normalization, rehabilitation, and continuity of care.  Clinician adheres to HRMC policies and procedures.

PRN Hamilton County Mental Health Tech- Helen Ross McNabb Center

Responsible for the implementation and monitoring of daily activities for clients involved in the Supportive Housing Program, including both in-house and community-based options.  Responsible for ensuring the safety, welfare, and direct supervision of all clients. Encourages client involvement, builds upon individual strengths, and emphasizes recovery-based concepts. Requires an adequate level of flexibility, strong interactive skills, an ability to communicate effectively, capacity to remain calm during stressful situations, skill in maintaining professional boundaries, knowledge of recovery as it applies to the mental health setting, and willingness to conduct psycho-educational groups on living skills. Must be able to work flexible hours based on the needs of the program. This position requires utilizing a personal dependable vehicle to conduct Center business. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment. Certified driver status includes: having a valid Driver's License with the F endorsement, valid car insurance, and 3 years of acceptable driving history. Must be capable of driving your personal vehicle to transport clients as necessary, as well as driving a center van when needed.

PRN IOP Wrap-Around Specialist: Greater Chattanooga Area- Helen Ross McNabb Center

The PRN Intensive Outpatient Program Wrap-Around Specialist must be able exercise sound judgment and effective decision making, ability to set boundaries, aptitude for empathetic listening, flexibility, willingness, and adaptability to working with diverse populations. The individual must be able to work independently and interdependently in a non-traditional setting, while adhering to federal confidentiality laws and accepted standards and practices. Be able to interact professionally and be able to represent the agency and the best interests of the client in numerous environments, including working with clients who may be incarcerated and/or involved with the legal system in some capacity (e.g., criminal and/or juvenile court).

This position requires utilizing a personal dependable vehicle to conduct Center business. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment.

OnTrack Peer Recovery Specialist: Great Chattanooga Area- The Helen Ross McNabb Center

The OnTrack Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) is responsible for leading education, socialization, empowerment, self-advocacy, and support themed individual and group activities. This position is part of the OnTrack Hamilton TN coordinated specialty care (CSC) team. Position will promote recovery as part of the support services offered to those experiencing first episode psychosis.

This position requires utilizing a personal dependable vehicle to conduct Center business. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment.

OnTrack Part Time Master's Therapist – Helen Ross McNabb Center

The OnTrack Part Time Master's Therapist serves as the primary clinician that provides individual, group, and family counseling as part of the First Episode Psychosis/On Track TN model. Clinician provides weekly individual, group, or family psycho-therapy to adolescents and young adults ages 15-30 with a mental health diagnosis that involves symptoms evident of psychosis. Clinician works in a team format to meet the individual needs of clients in the program, while providing clinical recommendations for treatment. Clinician will help clients clarify goals, cope with stressful situations, interact more effectively with other people, and generally to overcome barriers to client's recovery. Clinician is to provide psycho-social assessments for clients and provides diagnosis and appropriate referrals for clients assessed, as needed. Clinician provides crisis intervention and emergency services as needed.

The primary clinician will rotate in a 24 hour/7 day a week on-call schedule. Treatment modalities used by Master's level clinicians providing therapy services include Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), CBT for psychosis (CBTp), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency (ARC). Functions as a member of a treatment team to plan, implement, and evaluate successful interventions for individuals and families. Clinician embraces the key values of clinical services: empowerment, normalization, rehabilitation, and continuity of care.  Provides administrative duties for the OnTrack TN program including supervisory responsibilities, training of new staff members and continued staff development, monthly reporting in house and to the state of Tennessee (TDMHSA), and the promotion of the program with outside agencies.  Conducts administrative and clinical supervision to a coordinated specialty care team.

Must have an ability to effectively and ethically counsel children and families.  Ability to present professionally and work within a team format to plan, implement, and evaluate successful interventions.  Ability to effectively run and process groups.  Ability to work within a team format to meet positive goals for children and adults and interface with other agencies involved in the ecology of the individual.  Must be capable of assisting in utilizing nonviolent methods of crisis intervention including therapeutic holding. Ability to exercise sound judgment and effective decision-making, ability to set and demonstrate appropriate boundaries, ability to be an empathic listener, flexibility, willingness, and adaptability to working with diverse populations.  Must also have the ability to communicate effectively and possess good time management and organizational skills.

This position requires utilizing a personal dependable vehicle to conduct Center business. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment.

Health Link Team Leader- Helen Ross McNabb Center

The Health Link Team Leader in the Greater Chattanooga Area is responsible for the direct supervision and oversight of a Health Link Team to ensure that the team maintains compliance with all standards and meets or exceeds all internal/external expectations. Oversight duties include ensuring that high quality clinical care is provided, monitoring program productivity, managing caseloads, managing Health Link attestations/attributions/enrollments, monitoring clinical documentation, monitoring progress toward quality/efficiency metrics, conducting a variety of required reports, and directly managing front-line staff. Provides coverage when needed to ensure all client needs and productivity targets are achieved.

This position requires utilizing a personal dependable vehicle to conduct Center business. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment.

Health Link Care Coordinator - Helen Ross McNabb Center

The Healthlink Care Coordinator for Hamilton County in the Greater Chattanooga Area serves as the primary care coordinator that provides case coordination using an integrative approach to a pre-determined number of children and/or adults. They function as a member of the treatment team to plan, implement, and evaluate successful interventions for children, adults, and/or families. They will interface with community agencies and referral sources to coordinate care, as well as to increase cooperation and consistency between home, school, community, and physical health providers. They will provide advocacy, linkage, and referral services as need, participate in direct supervision with the program supervisor and RN Coordinator as necessary, and participate in treatment team meetings with a RN Care Coordinator and/or psychiatrist/APN. They will also maintain appropriate chart records and complete documentation in a timely manner, provide medication monitoring, provide clients with therapeutic support and crisis intervention when needed, and uphold Center policy and procedures, as well as CARF standards. The holder of this position will provide contacts with individuals that meet the requirements of the program.

The Healthlink Care Coordinator must have the ability to effectively and ethically coordinate care for children, adults, and/or families. They must be able to present professionally and be able to work within a team format to plan, implement, and evaluate successful interventions. This person must be able to work within a team format to meet positive goals for the clients. They must have the mental ability to exercise sound judgment under pressure, the ability to demonstrate effective decision-making skills, the ability to set and then demonstrate appropriate boundaries, the ability to be an empathetic listener, the ability to be flexible, demonstrate willingness, and be adaptable when working with diverse populations. They must also be able to communicate effectively and possess strong time management and organizational skills.  They must embrace the key values of case management: empowerment, normalization, rehabilitation, and continuity of care.

Safety Net Case Manager – Helen Ross McNabb Center

The Safety Net Case Manager in the Greater Chattanooga Area provides information and referral, agency linkage, advocacy, home visits and follow-up services as defined by the Case Management Service Plan. Case Manager provides crisis intervention and emergency services, as well as utilizes center-wide and community resources as needed for client benefit. Embraces key values of case management: empowerment, normalization, rehabilitation, and continuity of care.

This position requires utilizing a personal dependable vehicle to conduct Center business. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment.

Master's Level IST Clinician: McMinn County- The Helen Ross McNabb Center

The Master's Level IST Clinician in McMinn County provides weekly individual and family psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults with mental health diagnosis, or are at the onset of mental illness, and may be experiencing a family disruption or school/work problem.  Clinician will ensure compliance with productivity standards set by the Services Coordinator by scheduling determined number of clients for weekly session, providing follow up phone calls when clients cancel or miss scheduled appointments, and provide staff support staff with information for appointment reminder calls.  Clinician will attend weekly treatment team meetings and provide the psychiatrist with needed information regarding clients' current situation and family circumstances.  Clinician will attend doctor appointments as needed, will discuss options/goals for clients receiving services, and will provide crisis intervention and emergency services as needed.  Clinician will embrace the key values of clinical services: empowerment, normalization, rehabilitation, and continuity of care.