Financial Manager - Bridge Refugee Services

  • Bachelor’s degree in an accounting field, or equivalent experience
  • Licensed Certified Public Accountant in State of Tennessee
  • Experience in managing accounting systems including general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll
  • Experience in budget preparation, management and reporting
  • Experience in managing and monitoring state and federal contracts and reporting requirements
  • Experience in financial management with a nonprofit organization preferred

Weekend Residential Specialist CRC - The Next Door

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.

Donor Experience Coordinator - Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

The Donor Experience Specialist (DES) has an appreciation and understanding of donor engagement, outcomes measurement and technology in order to manage the reporting, engagement, and technology aspects of the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults  (PFCA) mission and philanthropic development work with an eye for integration of technology. Because this position directly partners with the Director of Philanthropy (DP) to achieve organizational goals, the DES must also be comfortable representing PFCA to a variety of external constituents.

Engagement Coordinator - Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

The Engagement Coordinator (EC) assists the Director of Philanthropy (DP) in planning and implementing comprehensive strategies for all engagement, communications and marketing on behalf of The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults (PFCA) in order to raise visibility, advance its brand, and articulate clear messaging to internal and external constituencies. 

Director of Philanthropy - Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

Reporting to the CEO, The Director of Philanthropy (DP) is an experienced philanthropy professional with a passion for nonprofit excellence and is responsible for creating, executing and evaluating all philanthropy strategies with a donor-centered philosophy to ensure a diverse and sustainable revenue portfolio to support Partnership for Families, Children and Adults’ mission. 

Behavior Specialist, STAGES Adult Transition Services - Chattanooga Autism Center

The STAGES program at the Chattanooga Autism Center aims to increase independence among adults (18 years old +) with high functioning autism through individualized training sessions to promote achievement of the participant’s independent living goals. The STAGES program believes that increasing independence ultimately increases overall quality of life as participants reach their full potential.
 

Manager of Donor Services - WTCI, The Greater Chattanooga Public Television Corporation

The Manager of Donor Services oversees all stewardship and donor cultivation efforts of the membership department. This position manages the sustaining member program, is responsible for all membership communications, including phone calls, emails, direct mailing campaigns, and social media. S/he ensures prompt acknowledgments for all gifts and timely distribution of thank-you gifts and implementation of all member benefits. S/he plays a key role in donor satisfaction and retention. 

Parent Educator, Part-time - Family Cornerstones

This is a part-time position, 20-25 hours a week, starting at $13 an hour.  Parent Educator will be responsible for providing monthly in-home, educational visits to families within Bradley County.  Visits include parent education, resource connection, developmental screenings and support.  Parent Educator will also help with monthly group activities.  In addition, Parent Educator will help during Family Cornerstones activities and translate materials as needed.  Other related duties as assigned.

Case Manager - Chattanooga Community Kitchen

Reporting to the Corporate Director of Case Management Programming, the Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) for Families Case Manager of CCK provides case management services to families engaged in the program, assists participants in securing permanent housing, and provides referrals for supportive services to community partners, all with the intent of maximizing self-sufficiency and moving families into housing as quickly as possible.

PRN Supervised Visitation Monitor, Crisis Services/Family Connections - Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

PRN (as needed) Supervised Visitation Monitor will monitor visits between children and their non-custodial parent in a safe environment. The PRN Visitation Monitor will also schedule and conduct orientations with both parents, at separate times and with the child(ren). The PRN Visitation Monitor will follow safety and security protocols set in place for the protection and safety of all participants.

Construction Team Member - Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga

Our Construction Team Members work with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area partners and volunteers to provide the highest quality experience possible.  Working with volunteers requires special skills and attitudes.  The Team Member will provide support, help others feel valued and appreciated, communicate instruction, and make sure everyone is involved.  This position is full time and salaried with benefits.  This position reports to the Director of Construction & Land Development.

Executive Assistant/Program Coordinator - McKamey Animal Center

Provide administrative support to the Executive Director, coordinate programs and other services within the Center or community as needed or assigned.  Direct responsible for general clerical and receptionist duties, donor correspondence and database, coordination of outreach programs and initiatives support services for the adoptions and admissions departments and “project based” work assignments.  Partnership responsibility with the Executive Director for research, follow up and finalization of grants. 

Development Director - Kidney Foundation of the Greater Chattanooga Area

The Development Director will be the main link between the community and the Kidney Foundation. The Development Director will play a key role in planning, achieving, and maintaining the organization’s financial stability and strategic long-term goals. Through fundraising events, grant opportunities, episodic volunteer opportunities, and other avenues the Development Director will solidify the importance and stability of the Kidney Foundation within the Chattanooga community.

Men's Ministry Director - Choices

The Men’s Ministry Director is responsible for recruiting, planning, implementing, maintaining and supervising all activities, clients, volunteers and associated with the Men’s program. This position is multi-faceted and offers an individual a rewarding opportunity to minister to many young fathers and potential fathers in need with the love of Christ. 

Relief Program Coordinator - Girls Inc.

Girls Inc.® of Chattanooga has openings for six (6) part-time Relief Program Coordinators for our elementary, middle school, and high school aged in-school, afterschool and break camp programs. The ideal candidate will be creative, energetic, organized, a problem solver, and have strong written and verbal communication skills.  Preference will be given to candidates who have at least two years of experience working with school-age children and two years of college completed.