Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Chattanooga Community Kitchen, the Development Associate is responsible for assisting with all philanthropic and fundraising efforts of the organization. Designed to be an entry level fundraising position, the Development Associate will work with the CEO and the Community Engagement Director (CED) to document donor facts, to coordinate donation efforts and to craft philanthropic documents. The position requires excellent communication skills in written and oral media, attention to detail, strong interpersonal skills and an overall belief in the organization and its mission.
Part-time social worker/nurse (CNA, LPN or RN) for local non-profit. Immediate Opening. Nurse, licensed social worker and/or behavioral health or clinical degree preferred. Experience working with diverse populations including senior citizens. Responsibilities include client advocacy, home/hospital visits, transportation, needs assessments and coordination of services/care, community engagement, and more. Good candidates should be caring, compassionate, team oriented, self-motivated and have experience in nursing or social services field. Up to 20 hours per week with flexible schedule.
Under general supervision of the VSS Program Director (PD), the RCC Program Manager (RPM) oversees the daily operations of the Rape Crisis Center and ensures seamless services to victims of sexual assault and/or friends and family members of victims. The RPM supervises employees and interns, and coordinates SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner’s) operations with Advocacy work. The RPM will serve as a liaison to the community, provide internal and external training, and coordinate with other VSS Program Managers to assist with other management functions.
Under the direction of the Support Services Director, the Medical Case Manager will work closely with clients living with HIV/AIDS, HCV, and STIs who have multiple psychosocial and/or health related needs. Medical Case Management services is a strength-based approach to service that includes treatment, adherence counseling, coordination and follow-up of medical treatments, client advocacy, and assistance in obtaining housing, financial support, legal services, social support and any other needed service. The goals of Medical Case Management are to ensure that clients with HIV/AIDS, HCV, and STIs have timely access to comprehensive medical care and social services; prevent disease transmission and delay of HIV progression and to promote and support client independence and self-sufficiency. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
In partnership with the CEO and other members of the Fund Development Team plan and implement a comprehensive major giving program including planned giving and various other initiatives designed to ensure the organization’s financial stability. Seeks new funding streams by engaging prospective benefactors and create ongoing giving through innovative new opportunities.
Responsible for organizational duties such as community organizing, facilitation, and program development. Support and promote all organizational goals and projects, including membership. This position has occasional supervisory responsibilities for student organizers, interns, and volunteers.
Bridge Refugee Services- Chattanooga Office is looking for dedicated people for the Case Management position
The case manager position is a full-time position. Candidates must own their own vehicle and have car insurance.
Develop relationships, improve coordination, and increase engagement with homeless service agencies and other stakeholders throughout the CoC 11 county service area. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to conducting and entering assessments, serving as a homeless advocate, coordinating outreach efforts, and serving as a housing navigator or benefits specialist. This is an AmeriCorps position.
Under general supervision of the Director, assists the Independent Living Coordinator by providing direct casework for clients residing in the supervised independent living program in a manner to ensure clients receive the services they need.
Assists the Life Skills Education Coordinator by providing sex health education on HIV, STIs and pregnancy prevention to young women and men up to age 26 aging out of foster care, with history of being in or at risk at being in state custody, or who have experienced childhood physical/sexual abuse or neglect/ or exposure to domestic violence. This position also provides access to financial capability training and the Opportunity Passport program in partnership with the Jim Casey Youth Opportunity Initiative in Hamilton and Bradley counties to youth ages 14-26 years of age who are in foster care or who have aged out of foster care. Other services provided directly or through referrals include: HiSet classes, life skills assessment and training, youth leadership, and activities designed to build social skills and civic engagement.
This position maintains a flexible, organized and efficient work schedule and is subject to work on-call rotation. Performs all related activities such as 1) making full use of agency and community resources, and 2) performing administrative tasks.
Under the general supervision of the Family Focused Solutions Assistant Director, provides counseling (mental health, learning disabilities, domestic abuse/violence, alcohol and drug abuse, child behavior problems, teenage mothers, etc.) and support services to clients in specific counties that meet the requirements under the Families First contract to remove the obstacles that will promote the client’s ability to achieve socio-economic independence. The incumbent shall provide assessment, counseling and referral service to referred Families First clients with employment barriers. This position provides related activities such as: 1) Short-term solution-focused individual and family therapy; 2) Intensive individualized case management/advocacy utilizing agency and/or outside resources; 3) Self-advocacy training; 4) Financial management training to promote self-sufficiency; 5) Life skills training; 6) Parent skills training; 7) Psycho-education and therapeutic groups; and 8) Performing basic administrative and educational tasks.
Education/Exp: A Master’s degree in social work, professional counseling or related behavioral field with two years of experience in providing mental health counseling (experience may consist of professional work, intern/externship or volunteering, or combined undergrad in such areas as crisis counseling, hotlines. Minimum of one year internship clinical experience must be associated with Master’s Degree.) Families First experience preferred.
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 Education Administrative Assistant, you will provide support for the day-to-day operation of the Education Department by answering department calls and emails in a prompt and courteous manner, maintaining staff and program schedules, ordering and printing materials, and other administrative functions.
Crabtree Farms is a 501(c)3 nonprofit community-based service organization that promotes sustainable agriculture. Founded in 1998, we are home to a sustainable farm, youth and adult education programs, and a rental/educational center. In 2016 Crabtree completed a strategic and master landscape plan. The Director of Development position is a strategy of the action plan. The qualified candidate would serve as a 1-person development department with growth opportunities for future depending on success. S/he would build upon the momentum and strategies of the previous partnerships manager. The organizational growth is guided by both the Master Plan and the 4-year organizational and financial forecast developed in 2018.
The Center for Mindful Living is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower individuals to reduce their stress and increase their well-being. The Center strives to achieve this goal by educating the community about the health benefits of mindfulness and by providing classes and workshops that support the development of mindful practices.
The Executive Director (ED) reports directly to the Center’s Board of Directors. The ED has overall operational responsibility for the Center for Mindful Living’s execution of its mission and the ongoing strategic plan the Board develops. The successful candidate will continue to envision the potential of the Center and deepen the impact of mindfulness in core areas including medicine, business, education and personal. With the assistance of the Director of Operations, she or he will plan, direct and manage the programs and processes of the Center.
The Chattanooga Audubon Society seeks a highly motivated self-starter to work closely with the Board of Directors in managing our small nonprofit organization. Duties include supervision of a small staff and a large corps of volunteers to manage educational programs, upkeep, and conservation on four sanctuaries. The Executive director also has major responsibilities in fund raising and publicity.
The Bookkeeper works with a strong team in Leogane, Haiti and Chattanooga, TN, USA to actively help fulfill the vision, mission and activities of the Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti (CNP) to improve the health and nutrition status of children under 5 years of age in Leogane Commune and beyond. S/he is primarily responsible, with support and supervision from the Executive Director, for insuring that the financial components of the organization meet the highest professional and ethical standards.
The Bookkeeper is based in Chattanooga, TN, and works with a small staff in the organization’s USA based office. S/he reports to the Executive Director, who is also based in Chattanooga, TN. With the supervision and support of the Executive Director, the bookkeeper is primarily responsible for bookkeeping, managing disbursements, working with the Executive Director to report to the Finance Committee and on the audit and Annual tax return preparation.
The Public Education Foundation is currently seeking an Assistant Director of Development and Communications to work as member of the development team. Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Assistant Director of Development and Communications will assist with all aspects of development administration and communications, especially database management, donor cultivation, grant writing, marketing campaigns, and event planning. This position involves generating revenue and increasing community awareness through the implementation of fundraising and communication strategies.
Qualifications: Proven administrative support skills including the ability to multitask and support varying personnel and demands. An associates or college degree preferred with a preference given to candidates possessing non-profit experience. Minimum of one- year experience as an administrative assistant.
Increases the exposure of the organization to potential grant applicants who have 1)worked in the floorcovering industry for 5+ years, 2)have extreme financial need, and 3)are experiencing (or a household member has) a life-altering medical condition. Works with grant applicants to gain needed employment, financial, and medical documentation and assist in completing the application for assistance. Provides referrals to other medical, financial, and support resources. Maintains confidentiality and privacy of all records. Attends community meetings, industry events, trainings, and volunteer projects as needed, as well as other duties as assigned.
As the Blue Monarch Resident Case Manager, you will provide support for our Program Director, assistance for our Resident Coordinator, and on-site case management for the families we serve. This position requires living on-site with housing and utilities included. We are offering an opportunity to join a small, but focused team that is dedicated to serving women and children who are seeking a healthier lifestyle, free from abuse and addiction.
As the Blue Monarch Administrative Director, this person will be vital in managing all financial records for Blue Monarch, Inc., the non-profit, and Blue Monarch Products, LLC, a separate business owned by Blue Monarch, Inc. This person will also be responsible for a variety of administrative duties regarding the protection and management of all Blue Monarch resources.