Health Services Coordinator is an integration of medical care, support, and education services for HIV-positive residents of Southeast Tennessee. Health Services Coordinator will work with newly diagnosed individuals, lost-to-care individuals (those who have not been in medical care for six or more months), individuals identified as non-adherent, and individuals recently released from incarceration needing to be linked into care.
Under the direction of the Shelter Supervisor, this position is responsible for supervision of house managers and caseworker aids and coordinationof24/7 buildingcoverage. The Lead House Manager provides shelter support and direct services to clients.
Under general supervision of the Program Manager, provides homemaking and supportive services to enhance the comfort of clients in their homes. Adheres to the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults’ performance expectations and performs all defined services and other related duties in accordance with the mission, vision and values of the agency.
Responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining an exemplary volunteer program to provide a supplementary workforce to the Crisis Resource Center through the use of community volunteers.
Under the direction of the DIRECTOR of Quality, this position is responsible for accomplishing the confidential administrative tasks of the department of the COO, HR, and the DIRECTOR of Quality. Additionally, this position will be responsible for the agency’s records management function.
Under the general supervision of the Family Focused Solutions Program Manager, 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 Health Link RN Care Coordinator is responsible for the clinical oversight of a minimum caseload of 250 patients. The HL RN Care Coordinator functions as the primary leader of all treatment teams, maintains contact with all external providers, coordinates medical care between providers (including external medical providers, specialists, pharmacy) and delegates care coordination, as clinically appropriate, to care coordinators.
This position reports to the Hamilton Services Coordinator Chattanooga TN. The position will ensure the implementation of daily activities for clients in the supportive housing program. This includes activities designed to encourage client involvement in daily living skills, building upon the clients individual strengths with an emphasis on recovery based concepts.
This role assists customers in donating, selecting, and purchasing store items; operates and maintains the cash register; sorts and prices donated items; and maintains store cleanliness and safety. There is a sales bonus and clothing allowance for this position.
Assists with client applications for the Angel Tree Program; opens Angel Tree tables at local malls, as required; logs received toys, stockings and food donations; helps to sort Angel Tree donations at the Warehouse, preparing them for distribution.
The membership coordinator position at the zoo is a part time position tasked with maintaining and growing the zoo's membershipprogram. Maintaining a membership database, fulfilling all data entry, and mailing needs. Answering customer questions on the phone, via email, and in person.
Raises funds through major gifts generated from individuals, corporations and foundations for The Salvation Army’s Chattanooga Area Command. Develops and nurtures a Donor Portfolio and maintains accurate and timely donor records and reports. Establishes and maintains effective donor relationships and communication.
The purpose of the position is to manage the clubhouse referral and admissions systems, serve as custodian of member records and serve as primary back up for the Program Director while embracing and advocating our Clubhouse philosophies.
Duties specific to this position include engaging clubhouse members in the work-ordered day; motivating members to work side-by-side in clubhouse operations; development and regular reviews of Individual Recovery Plans (IRPs), daily documentation of member program participation; and, charting member's monthly progress towards individualized goals.
The CSO Youth Orchestras Manager coordinates, arranges, and facilitates all logistics and business related to auditions, rehearsals, and performances of the CSOYO. The Manager is responsible for the smooth, successful operation of the organization, maintaining good lines of communication among all segments to include the Board and Staff, CSO Administration, students, parents, area band and orchestra directors, coaches, and teachers.
Drives a Salvation Army truck to transport items between the Family Store and the Warehouse, or to pick up items from donors. Lifts, carries, loads and unloads a variety of donations. Ensures the safety and security of vehicle and donations, maintaining accountability for them at all times.
Program: STAGES develops independent living skills in adults 18 years or older with high functioning autism or similar disabilities. These skills are based on the individual goals of each participant. Skills can include maintaining one’s daily environment, communication, successful social interactions, job acquisition skills, soft skills, personal hygiene, or using transportation.
The Bessie Smith Cultural Center (BSCC) seeks an accomplished manager, fundraiser and activist to focus public attention on the historical, educational, and contemporary contributions of the BSCC.
The Chambliss Center for Children is seeking applicants for a Foster Parent Recruiter/Trainer. This full time position is responsible for the recruitment, training, and home studies of individuals seeking to care for children in state custody.
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 temporary day center assistant supervisor to aid in establishing a positive, accountable environment for those seeking services. This person will serve in their capacity from early December 2017 until late March 2018, working day-time hours – likely 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.