Communications/Writing Internship- Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce

Our communications/writing intern will handle a range of editorial, public relations and marketing assignments with an emphasis on writing content for our Business Trend publication (chattanoogatrend.com).

Our intern should have the ability to write effectively in a variety of editorial and marketing formats including magazine articles, news releases, social media posts, emails, video scripts, etc. Interns will also assist with proofreading, supporting Chamber events as needed and other varied assignments.

Development Administrative Assistant (Part-Time)- Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy

Position Title: Development Administrative Assistant (Part- Time)

Summary: Assist Development Team & Consultants with general office duties and donor relation activities.

Qualifications: Proven administrative support skills including the ability to multi-task 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.

Associate Planned Giving Director Eastern Tennessee/Kentucky- The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army has an outstanding opportunity for a Gift Planning Development professional in the Eastern and Southern Tennessee and Eastern Kentucky area to expand their skills and grow with one of the oldest and most successful development programs in the United States.

The Salvation Army operates in communities across the United States. We are committed to meeting human needs wherever we can by providing food distribution, disaster relief, rehabilitation centers, anti-human trafficking efforts, housing for homeless, basic needs assistance, children’s programs and many other programs.

Early Childhood Education Teachers/Teacher Assistants (Full- and part-time)- Chambliss Center for Children

Chambliss Center for Children is seeking both full- and part-time teachers and teacher assistants for all its off-campus sites, located throughout the city. Locations include:

1. Children’s Academy for Education and Learning, 1800 S. Greenwood Avenue, 37404

2. Maurice Kirby Child Care Center, 2500 South Market Street, 37408

3. Newton Child Development Center, 1301 Grove Street, 37402

4. Pro Re Bona Child Care Center, 1707 Dodds Avenue, 37404

5. Volunteer Community School, 506 Spears Avenue, 37405

Teachers and assistants must have a high school diploma and five years of experience in childcare or a CDA, Associate’s degree in early education, or a Bachelor’s degree in early education. New pay rates start at $13/hour. Interested applicants should send a resume to employment@chamblisscenter.org and indicate if one of the locations is more convenient for you. Please include the title of the position in your subject line so that it can be forwarded to the appropriate staff member.

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 by arts experiences and arts education. We are committed to supporting artist and arts organizations making our community stronger through the arts. Simply put, we want More Art in More Places for More People.

Homemaker – McMinn, Polk, Meigs Counties – Elder Services- Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

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. This position maintains a flexible, organized and efficient work schedule.

Sac Pac Coordinator- The Caring Place

The Sac Pac Coordinator is responsible for supervision of the Sac Pac program. Duties include but are not limited to: management of the volunteer staff; purchasing, packing, and distributing the Sac Pacs; coordination with the schools; administering program surveys; and reporting to The Caring Place staff. This part-time position varies between 10 to 20 hours per week during the school year (August through May) primarily on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. The Sac Pac Coordinator reports to the Executive Director.

Request for Proposal: Chattanooga's Early Learning Childcare Scholarship Program Development

Chattanooga’s Early Learning Childcare Scholarship was developed in 2016 and has been able to offer financial assistance to families in the community, but is looking to increase our outreach and develop more effective procedures, including the implementation of a sliding fee scale. United Way of Greater Chattanooga believes that by implementing a sliding fee scale we will be able to serve more families and therefore are searching for the individual who can bring expertise in both program development and sliding scale implantation.

Manager of Development, Programs, and Operations- The Caring Place

The Manager of Development, Programs, and Operations is a full-time, senior staff position reporting to the Executive Director with responsibility over the three primary areas of Development, Programs, and Operations. Responsibilities include marketing, grant writing, development of new funding models, human resources, strategic planning, development of program areas, and general organization operations. Collaboration with Executive Director and Board of Directors is expected within this role.

Weekend Transportation Specialist, TND-Chattanooga Correctional Release Center

Mission:

To provide 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:

To provide safety and security to an all female population while transporting client to and from all scheduled appointments. Weekend shift. Provide transportation for CRC residents every other weekend AM and PM.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties include the following:

Transport residents to and from employment locations

Complete incident report for significant encounters

Report vehicle mechanical issues as they arise

Perform other duties as assigned

SANE Manager- VSS- 22.5 hours/week- Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under the general supervision of the Rape Crisis Center Program Manager, the SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Manager will coordinate overall functioning of SANE services in the RCC. This includes office tasks such as invoicing and chart auditing to coordinating nurses to provide 24/7 coverage to victims of rape, sexual assault and domestic violence. The SANE Manager ensures confidential quality care to victims by attending to physical, emotional and educational needs of each client. They will provide immediate forensic examination and other medical screenings to determine if further treatment is recommended. The SANE Manager will work with the Medical Director for clinical/medical support as necessary.

Community Health Specialist- Cempa Community Care

The Community Health Specialist will report to the Prevention, Education, and Outreach Director. The Community Health Specialist will provide HIV/AIDS, HCV, and STI testing, prevention, and education to at-risk populations. The Community Health Specialist will provide Comprehensive Risk Reduction Counseling and Services (CRRCS) to HIV+ and/or high-risk individuals. The Community Health Specialist will be an integral part of supporting the vision and mission of the Prevention, Education, and Outreach Department. As a representative of Cempa Community Care, the Community Health Specialist must project a professional attitude and appearance while conducting educational programming that is innovative to the community. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Executive Director- Lula Lake Land Trust

In it’s 24 years as a private, non-profit Land Trust located in Lookout Mountain Georgia, Lula Lake has protected 8,000 acres of land, constructed nearly 60 miles of recreational trails, and sees 1200+ environmental education students per year, and 20,000+ visitors per year. LLLT seeks a dynamic and experienced Executive Director to move the organization to new heights. This multifaceted individual will balance their time working in and on our core tenants of land conservation and protection, environmental education programming, and minimum impact recreation on Lookout Mountain. The ED is responsible for daily fiscal operations, staff management, and organizational oversight. The ED is the face of the organization and must enjoy being part of the community and working directly with partner organizations. As the chief fundraiser, this individual will have a keen understanding of and proven fundraising and development abilities. Lula LLLT is located just outside the vibrant city of Chattanooga, TN. This is a full time position with salary and benefits. Serious, qualified interest only. Please see a full job description at https://www.lulalake.org/employment.html

Communication and Operations Coordinator- Public Education Foundation

The Public Education Foundation’s Innovation Hub is seeking a dynamic and highly organized individual to serve as the Communication and Operations Coordinator. The PEF Innovation Hub delivers world-class professional development opportunities for public school teachers in Southeast Tennessee through a variety of programs including STEM Fellows, Teacherpreneur, Policy Fellows, Volkswagen eLabs, Fund for Teachers, and more. The Communication and Operations Coordinator will drive all hub-related communications and will assist with programmatic operations. The Communication and Operations Coordinator will report to the Director of Innovative Learning and will work in close collaboration with the Instructional Development Coordinator.

Staff Interpreter- The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

Under direction of the Director and with knowledge and fluency in American Sign Language (ASL), English-like sign systems and tactile forms of communication (voice to sign/sign to voice), the responsibilities of this position includes providing a full range of expert interpreting services in a variety of settings to include private industry, educational, medical, mental health, and governmental. When not interpreting, the Staff Interpreter will provide back-up assistance in scheduling/coordinating interpreter services and other support, as required. The Staff Interpreter will maintain confidentiality of all assignment-related information including information that is conveyed verbally, in sign language, and written forms.