The certified medical assistant reports to the NP/clinical director. Works effectively with the physician(s), director of practice administration, clinic team and support services team to assure mission, goals and performance standards for the clinic and support services are met. The medical assistant is responsible for patient care, assisting providers, specimen collection, appointment scheduling and other duties necessary to provide comprehensive patient care and a safe environment of the patients and staff.
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 clothing allowance for this position.
Siskin Early Learning Center is accepting applications for a Teaching Partner position. This position will perform duties as assigned by the Classroom Teacher in order to maintain classroom routine and assists with curriculum activities for each child.
The Family and Classroom Support Coordinator is responsible for ongoing collaboration and support to families and classroom staff. Expected to build strong relationships with families by supporting them with resources and using effective strategies to assist them with their child’s development, as well as during the registration process, and facilitating special events. Provide ongoing professional development, coaching and support to classroom staff using the most effective strategies in early childhood for children of all abilities.
The Billing specialist supports all aspects of the revenue cycle including reviewing, posting and managing account payments, submitting claims and following up with insurance companies, obtaining referral and payor authorizations to ensure timely payment of claims and working with families to address billing and insurance questions.
Actively participate as a collaborative member of a clinical team with the administration of comprehensive developmental evaluations; including cognitive, autism-specific, and/or behavioral assessments to aid in the diagnostic workup of children. Full service center with a Developmental Medical Team (MD, NP, PA) Occupational, Physical and Speech-Language Therapists, and Behavioral Health Providers.
Welcome Home of Chattanooga has AmeriCorps positions available. Welcome Home is a non- profit hospice home for those who have a terminal illness and nowhere to go for end of life care. Our wonderful AmeriCorps members help with evenings, overnights and weekends. Most of our AmeriCorps members serve “Quarter Time”, meaning 22 hours a week for 22 weeks. This is fairly flexible.
Chambliss Center for Children is seeking applicants for an off-campus Site Director who would manage two early childhood education programs at different locations within Chattanooga. This position will oversee the day-to-day operations of the centers while demonstrating exceptional professional conduct and consideration for the educational development, safety, and welfare of the children and the staff.
We are currently hiring for full and part-time teachers at our off-site centers - Children's Academy for Education & Learning, Maurice Kirby Child Care Center, Newton Child Development Center, Pro Re Bona Early Learning Center, Volunteer Community Preschool and Chambliss Center for Children-Red Bank.
As a Membership Sales Intern, you will be exposed to a wide variety of business functions that are integral to the success of our Membership program. These functions include learning and carrying out strategies for member acquistion and renewals, processing memberships and learning the skills needed to represent the Aquarium outside of the Aquarium’s doors.
Under the supervision of the Program Manager of the Maclellan Shelter for Families, the Shelter Supervisor is responsible for the daily operation and supervision of the 13 family shelter for men, women and children.
Responsible for creating and maintaining a strong, partnering relationship between the Chattanooga Area Food Bank and community agencies while administering assistance to people potentially eligible for Tennessee or Georgia Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the oversight and management of financial, accounting and human resources records and processes. The CFO also develops and maintains professional relationships with banking, legal, insurance and other specialty service providers. This person is accountable to the President and CEO.
The Behavioral Health Director will provide behavioral counseling services to Primary Healthcare pediatric and adult patients and support the behavioral health and primary care programs in the effort toward integration of services and patient care, and will also provide training and ongoing supervision to the social work/case managers. Duties also include development of the Behavioral Health Program and ongoing evaluation and quality improvement of the services.
The Facility Technician has an important “hands on” role in the successful functioning of the Hunter Museum Campus and is responsible for assisting in the operation of all facilities. This position will focus on Maintenance/Facilities operations and objectives and will work with other departments in the coordination and evaluation of museum operations and to ensure proper maintenance and safety procedures are implemented to safeguard staff, visitors and museum property.
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. It is the responsibility of the ReStore Truck Driver to perform donation pick ups from donor’s homes and places of business throughout Hamilton County and to serve as an effective ambassador in the community for Habitat for Humanity. This position reports to the ReStore Manager.
This position will be part of a state-wide Elder Trust Consortium, a first-of-its-kind partnership between legal aid programs in Tennessee to bring high-quality legal services to our seniors. A demonstrated commitment to high-quality legal work and equal access to justice is required.
Legal Aid of East Tennessee seeks a full-time staff attorney available to work out of the Knoxville, Chattanooga, Johnson City, or Morristown office to assist seniors in general civil legal matters, preferably with ten years of legal experience. This position will be part of a state-wide Elder Trust Consortium, a first-of-its-kind partnership between legal aid programs in Tennessee to bring high-quality legal services to our seniors.
Legal Aid of East Tennessee seeks a full-time paralegal available to work out of the Knoxville, Chattanooga, Johnson City, or Morristown office to serve as the Outreach Coordinator as part of the state-wide Elder Trust Consortium, a first-of-its-kind partnership between legal aid programs in Tennessee to bring high-quality legal services to our seniors.
This position will be part of a state-wide Elder Trust Consortium, a first-of-its-kind partnership between legal aid programs in Tennessee to bring high-quality legal services to our seniors. A demonstrated commitment to high-quality legal work and equal access to justice is required. Candidates must be admitted to the Tennessee Bar or admitted to the bar of another state with the ability to waive into Tennessee. Salary dependent upon experience. Excellent benefits.