Education and Community Engagement Manager- The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera

The Education and Community Engagement Manager is charged with creating and implementing programs that encourage patrons of all ages, ethnicities, and abilities to participate in, learn about, and be exposed to classical music, including the CSO’s Ensembles in Schools program, Young People’s Concert, Out and About Quintet performances, and other child and adult educational programs. The Manager builds relationships with musicians, schools, community partners, and other staff to develop and manage activities that support organizational goals.

Weekend Residential Specialist CRC- The Next Door Chattanooga

Mission: The Next Door provides a continuum of evidence-based services for women and their families impacted by addiction, mental illness, trauma and/or incarceration with Christ-centered compassionate care.

Summary: Provide safety and security of residence after office hours. Assist residents with emergency and non-emergency needs, problem solve with assistance of on-call staff as needed. Cooperation with the other residential relief specialist(s), the hours are two to four weekends per month working 7:30 am- 7:30 pm shifts on Saturday and Sunday. Additional hours may be worked as agreed upon with supervisor

Accounts Payable Clerk- North Georgia HealthCare Center

North Georgia HealthCare Center is a growing nonprofit health care center in Ringgold, GA. We are seeking an experienced part-time accounts payable specialist to assist the CFO with accounts payable functions and may include general ledger, profit and loss statements and various other financial reports. Maintains the accounting system software (QuickBooks Online). This job is 12 to 15 hours per week, with additional hours possible during certain times of the year.

President- ArtsBuild

We are looking for a passionate and highly motivated individual willing to lead the efforts necessary to propel ArtsBuild to the next level as a champion for arts and culture in our vibrant and growing city. We are committed to supporting arts programs in our neighborhoods and schools through arts experiences and arts education. We are committed to supporting artists and arts organizations making our community stronger through the arts. Simply put, we want “More Art in More Places for More People”.

Evening Events Associate- The Tennessee Aquarium

At the Tennessee Aquarium, 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.

As part of our Evening Events Staff, you will be responsible for performing evening event tasks and assisting with the operation of Aquarium Plaza and IMAX Concessions by providing world class customer service while ensure the Tennessee Aquarium's core values, service standards and mission are maintained.

Director of Development/Marketing- A Step Ahead Chattanooga (ASAC)

A Step Ahead Chattanooga (ASAC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide information about and free access to long-term, reversible birth control (intrauterine devices, or IUDs, and implants). The Director of Development/Marketing is responsible for overseeing the resource development, public relations and marketing programs of ASAC. (S)he reports to the Vice President and supervises marketing contractors with existing relationships with the organization.

Director of Development & External Relations- McKamey Animal Center

The Director of Development & External Relations is a member of the McKamey Animal Center executive team charged with the responsibility of development planning and implementation through cultivating strong stakeholder relationships. This position develops strategies and tactics to effectively increase major gifts, capital gifts, and bequests to the Center. In addition, the director is responsible for the management of McKamey’s annual fund, special events, an upcoming 10-year anniversary and capital campaign, and the day-to-day development office operations.

Case manager- Chambliss Center for Children

Chambliss Center for Children is seeking an individual to provide case management services to children and youth in the state custody. Having an understanding and experience working with children and families who have experienced trauma is necessary. The position is full-time and requires flexibility to work a varied schedule, including on-call during the week and a weekend rotation. Applicants must pass a background check and have a driver's license. A bachelor's degree in social work is preferred, or a closely related field. For consideration for this position, please apply by October 22nd.

Events Manager- 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 provide a team-based culture where partnership, collaboration, and innovation are essential, and we are fully committed to creating a diverse, positive, challenging, and rewarding work environment that encourages both professional and personal growth.

The Events Manager will oversee Event Rental sales and operations to ensure client satisfaction, attendance and revenue objectives. This individual must possess excellent leadership and customer service skills and be flexible to work weekdays, weekends and after-hours as needed.

Marketing Communications Coordinator- Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce

We’re looking for a talented communicator and designer to support our Marketing Communications team through creative design and writing for the web. With guidance from the marketing team, this individual also helps manage the Chamber’s social media based on established voice and style guidelines, with potential to independently manage our social media once they’re acclimated.

The successful candidate can take direction from written and spoken ideas and convert them seamlessly into clean copy and attractive, on-brand visuals. They’re friendly and easy to get along with, detail- and deadline-oriented and organized with the ability to independently juggle multiple projects in a relaxed team environment. They offer stellar work samples and ideally hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field.

Part Time House Manager- The Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under the direction of the Lead House manager, this position is responsible for providing direct support and services to the shelter; after hour intake; conflict resolution; responding to hotline calls; sexual assault advocacy and general cleaning as assigned. This position also completes data entry and serves as back up resource for case worker aids at the front desk. Responsible to ensure safety of clients and basic duties related to client care.

Program Leader – Office of Immigrant Services- Catholic Charities of East Tennessee

The Office of Immigrant Services (OIS) is seeking a full-time Program Leader I to lead the Chattanooga office. Candidates must be detail-oriented, compassionate, and have an interest in immigration law. Experience with administrative work or immigration law is preferred, but not required. Training will be provided. Qualified candidates must be fluent in English and Spanish, with excellent interpretation and translation skills. A bachelor’s degree is preferred, but can be substituted for relevant experience.

The OIS Program Leader I is responsible for planning, organizing, staffing, controlling, and promoting the Chattanooga OIS Program. OIS provides low-cost, quality legal immigration services to the East Tennessee immigrant and refugee community. OIS provides immigration legal services to help eligible individuals and families obtain their permanent legal status, assist clients with the naturalization process, and other humanitarian relief. OIS is dedicated to assisting survivors of domestic violence, victims of trafficking, and crimes. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Appalachia CARES/ AmeriCorp Construction Crew Leader- Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.

This is a 12-month Appalachia CARES/ AmeriCorp contract position at Habitat for Humanity Chattanooga. This position reports to the Sr. V.P. of Construction & Programs. The position is full time, Tuesday- Saturday, and includes work in the office, on construction sites, and in the construction warehouse. If hired, the contract includes a living stipend, educational award, and benefits.