HELPS TECHNICIAN/SUPERVISOR (Full-Time with Benefits)- Chattanooga Goodwill Industries, Inc.

Goodwill’s Health Equipment Link Program services (HELPs) advances the safety, health and wellness, independence and quality of life of our most vulnerable citizens by collecting, repairing, sanitizing and providing needed durable medical equipment (DME) at no cost to individuals in need.

In 2017, HELPs supplied over 5,500 pieces of medical equipment and supplies to over 3,500 individuals, saving them, insurance and medical providers, and taxpayers over $1 million. Over 29,000 people have received medical equipment from this award-winning program since it began in May 2000.

Membership and Marketing Manager- Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society

Function: Under the direction and supervision of the Medical Society Executive Director, manages Membership, Communication, and Marketing functions for the Medical Society, Medical Foundation, and Medical Personnel Services.

Media Relations and Communications

 Coordinates media relations, including media outreach, development of news releases and materials, contact with media, scheduling interviews and media coverage

 Edits and oversees online production of Chattanooga Medicine, the Medical Society newsletter

 Manages the Medical Society’s InfoSTAT broadcast email activities

 Manages organizations website, www.chattmd.org; www.mpschattanooga.com, www.hcprojectaccess.org, and www.chattdenim.org.

Director of Development- Bethel Bible Village

Founded in 1954, Bethel Bible Village provides Christ-centered healing and hope to children and families in crisis through its program services, safe and nurturing homes, and therapeutic Bethel Christian Academy. Please visit BBV.org to learn more about our ministry.

Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the President & CEO, the Director of Development will design and execute a comprehensive development strategy that will enhance the mission, vision, and sustainability of Bethel.

This position will work closely with Board trustees, foundation trustees, corporate owners/executives, and key volunteers in the development of relationships to yield Major Gifts and Grants for annual revenues as well as capital, endowment, and planned giving commitments. The Director of Development will also provide leadership to a team including the Director of Marketing and Communications, Digital Marketing Director, and Development Coordinator.

Paraprofessional (Part time)- Bethel Bible Village

Since 1954 Bethel Bible Village has provided safe, nurturing and Christ-centered homes for children of families in crisis. Bethel Christian Academy (BCA) is a small, non-public Christian college preparatory school, providing a smaller classroom environment for students who have fallen behind and may need smaller classes. We serve primarily the 7 – 12 grade students who live at Bethel Bible Village and the school is located on campus.

Bethel currently has available a part time paraprofessional position to work in the high school approximately 15-20 hours per week. This is a temporary position expected to end in May 2019.

Marketing Coordinator- The Chattanooga Zoo

The Chattanooga Zoo is seeking an engaged and enthusiastic individual to work within the zoo's Advancement department to coordinate all marketing and advertising for the Chattanooga Zoo.  This position will plan and implement strategic marketing and advertising programs for the zoo and work closely with zoo vendors to create, buy, and maintain zoo ads, zoo print materials, and oversee the strategic marketing plan. 

This position will be at the heart of driving marketing/advertising campaigns for the zoo, intended on gaining awareness, funds, and attendance. 

Chief Financial Officer- Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise

As a key member of the leadership team, the Chief Financial Officer will report to the President and play a significant role in the continued growth and success of the company. The CFO will have primary responsibility to direct and oversee all the financial and risk management activities of the company; to include preparation of financial reports and results, development of financial and operational strategies, summaries and forecasts of future business growth and the ongoing development and monitoring of procedures designed to protect company assets. Additionally, this position will have day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing, and overseeing all financial-related activities and systems, which includes accounting, payroll, loan servicing, forecasting, budgeting.

The Educator II- The Tennessee Aquarium

The Educator II supports the mission of the Tennessee Aquarium to connect people with nature and empower them to make informed decisions about water and wildlife. The Education Department is passionate about a number of values, which include respect for conservation, a mindset of lifelong learning, and a collaborative, respectful work environment.

As an Educator II, you will use your knowledge and skills in leading programs and animal handling techniques to help develop, carry out and evaluate high-quality, engaging, educational programs and experiences in alignment with the philosophy of the department and best practices in informal education.

Warehouse Associate- The Chattanooga Area Food Bank

The Chattanooga Area Food Bank (CAFB) is seeking a full time, team-oriented warehouse associate to join a dynamic staff dedicated to fulfilling its mission to lead a network of partners in eliminating hunger and promoting better nutrition. A member of the operations team, this position’s primary responsibility is to pick and process agency orders in an accurate and timely fashion. This position reports directly to the Warehouse Manager.

Director of Finance & Administration- Girls Inc. of Chattanooga

Through visionary leadership, the Director of Finance & Administration is responsible for managing the financial and administrative health of the organization. The Director of Finance & Administration oversees support staff, financial and human resources functions, as well as general operational functions like IT and operating systems.

Serving as a senior member of the management team and a strategic partner to the CEO, the Director of Finance & Administration plays an integral role in the leadership and success of the organization, staff, committees and board of directors.

Office Manager/Bookkeeper- 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 an experienced professional leader to serve as the Office Manager/ Bookkeeper in a fast paced work environment. The ability to analyze and process a variety of information with an eye for detail is a must. The candidate will assist the Chief Financial Officer in completing daily tasks such as: human resources functions and reporting; these tasks require integrity, data security, the ability to be bonded and confidentiality. This is a full time position with a salary range from $26,000.00 to $30,000.00 based on education/ experience.

An Equal Opportunity Employer, the Chattanooga Community Kitchen will receive candidates until the position is filled and will reopen for applications if necessary. Competitive benefits and leave are offered.

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 health system and our partnering non-profits, 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. Our small team is led by the executive director manages general operations and fundraising. We employee 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 fund raising activities through donor stewardship, prospect research, reporting and database management for all CNP constituencies.

Programs & Special Events Intern- Junior Achievement

Position Description (300+ PAID Hours) - Winter / Spring 2019

Departments: Programs / Special Events Reports To: President

Position Concept: * Assist Program Manager with “JA in a Day” whole-school education events

* Assist Program Manager with JA Job Shadow events (when available)

* Assist Special Events Director with “Bids 4 Kids” Auction & “Free Enterprise Cup” Scholarship Classic

* Teach a Junior Achievement program in a local elementary school

* Attend Board of Directors Meeting (February)

* Attend Committee Meetings (when available)

Programs Job Description

• Assist with 8+“JA in a Day” events @ local schools (Set-Up, Photography & Pack-Up) – Requires early mornings before 8:00 a.m.

• Assist with JA Job Shadow events @ local businesses (Photography, Thank You Letters, Pack-Up)

• Assist with recruiting / retaining volunteers, orienting new volunteers, and placement (scheduling and location) of all program volunteers

• Assist & attend “Lunch & Learn” education events at local businesses

• Assist with re-assembling kit materials into folders for each of the lessons

• Telephone / email follow-up to classroom volunteers

• Teach the Junior Achievement program in a local elementary school

• Attend Education Committee Meetings (when available)

Special Events Job Description

• Assist with photographing online auction item(s)/packages

• Assist with soliciting and picking up items

• Fundraising / Telemarketing for Tee Sponsorships for “Free Enterprise Cup” Scholarship Classic 2019

• Attend Golf & Bowling Committee Meetings (when available)

Executive Director - Tennessee Craft

Tennessee Craft is seeking an experienced and energetic Executive Director (ED) to lead a statewide organization that celebrates and promotes handmade art-craft of varied media. This full-time, exempt status position reports to the Governing Board. Responsibilities include overall strategic and operational leadership for Tennessee Craft’s staff, programs, fundraising/fiscal management, and execution of its mission. The position requires the ability to interface with a variety of constituencies including members, donors, community partners, fellow arts organizations and the general public.

Hospitality Attendant- The Chattanooga Community Kitchen

The Chattanooga Community Kitchen, a non-profit social service ministry serving those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in the Chattanooga Area, is seeking a Hospitality Attendant to aid in establishing a positive, accountable environment for those seeking services.

Vital to the mission of the organization, the Hospitality Attendant will serve as a front-line contact for those coming to the Kitchen in their time of need. The Hospitality Attendant will work closely with the rest of the program staff to connect homeless individuals with services that will help them transition out of homelessness.

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 families in the homeless community through intensive case management and the Housing First principle.

AmeriCorps Vista- Lula Lake Land Trust

Lula Lake Land Trust has a rare opening for an AmeriCorps VISTA position. The AmeriCorps VISTA will be responsible for working with existing partners and developing new partnerships for our Engage and Educate Program. Our VISTA will also be responsible for assisting with the coordination and recruitment of volunteers, assisting staff in grant writing and fundraising, tracking visitation and volunteer time, strengthening social media presence, and participating in general office duties as needed. This is a full-time temporary position with a contract for one year and is compensated with a living stipend. This is a great opportunity for a recent college graduate to gain valuable experience working for a non-profit and for a land trust. If you have any questions about the position please email Patrick Kelly at pkelly@lulalake.org  To apply for the position please go to Stewards VISTA: Lula Lake Land Trust Engage & Educate 
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 22TH, 2019