Responsible for the implementation and monitoring of daily activities for clients involved in the Supportive Housing Program, including both in-house and community-based options. Responsible for ensuring the safety, welfare, and direct supervision of all clients. Encourages client involvement, builds upon individual strengths, and emphasizes recovery-based concepts. Requires an adequate level of flexibility, strong interactive skills, an ability to communicate effectively, capacity to remain calm during stressful situations, skill in maintaining professional boundaries, knowledge of recovery as it applies to the mental health setting, and willingness to conduct psycho-educational groups on living skills. Must be able to work flexible hours based on the needs of the program. Maintaining a dependable vehicle and certified driver status is a condition of employment. Certified driver status includes: having a valid Driver's License with the F endorsement, valid car insurance, and 3 years of acceptable driving history. Must be capable of driving your personal vehicle to transport clients as necessary, as well as driving a center van when needed.
The Data Manager supports Early Matters and United Way’s shared focus on using data to support collective impact by managing data related to Chattanooga 2.0’s common Early Childhood metrics. This person supports the advancement of Early Matters and United Way’s shared commitment to expanding data literacy, increasing analytic capacity, and encouraging continuous improvement practices throughout Chattanooga’s early childhood community.
WTCI is interested in qualified candidates who have a heart for public service media. We are looking for individuals who are willing to make a serious commitment to support WTCI in its mission to enrich lives through quality programs and services that educate, engage, and inspire a lifetime of learning and exploration.
TITLE: Executive Assistant
JOB SUMMARY: To contribute to the climate of service excellence at WTCI by providing effective and efficient office support to the president and CEO of WTCI
This individual will be an integral part of supporting the broader vision of the Prevention, Education and Outreach Department. Under the direction of the Director of Prevention, Education and Outreach, and the Harm Reduction Manager, the Prevention Expanded Testing Specialist will administer HIV testing services and brief counseling to the Hamilton County jail prisoners living with these conditions. This includes needle exchange; overdose prevention; harm reduction education; HIV/HCV/STI testing and referrals; and linkage to care, treatment and other services. The Prevention Expanded Testing Specialist will direct SSP clients to appropriate programs and educate clients on how to access available services and resources in the community. As a representative of Cempa Community Care, the Prevention Expanded Testing Specialist must project a professional attitude and appearance while conducting HIV testing. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
This position manages all aspects of this operation including staffing, booking, and ensuring the appropriate execution of this program. The coordinator position will be responsible for implementing the strategic vision and mission of zoo birthday parties within the education department and will have several part-time employees as direct reports. It will also be responsible for maintaining any areas utilized ensuring guest and staff safety as well as cleanliness. This position will also work within the education department to be utilized as needed for educational programming.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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 Volunteer and Community manager supports all of the agency programs by recruiting and training volunteers and Community Assistance Teams to increase their involvement in the local refugee resettlement and their impact on the economic opportunities, education, and quality of life of beneficiary refugees. This is a full-time position. Some week nights and weekends required.
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.
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.
Under the direction of the branch Executive Director, the Program Director will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the program operations for the North Georgia Y. Program emphasis will be on sports, childcare, aquatics, and teens.
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.
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.
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)
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.