House Manager: Full Time- Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under the direction of the Lead House manager, this position is responsible for providing direct support and services to the shelter; after hour intake; conflict resolution; and general cleaning as assigned. Responsible to ensure safety of clients and basic duties related to client care, support activities and life skills that are offered in the shelter programs after hours. This position also completes data entry and serves as back up resource for crisis worker at the front desk

Case Manager- Chambliss Center for Children

Chambliss Center for Children is seeking an individual to provide case management services to children and youth in the state custody. Having an understanding and experience working with children and families who have experienced trauma is necessary. The position is full-time and requires flexibility to work a varied schedule, including on-call during the week and a weekend rotation. Applicants must pass a background check and have a driver's license. A Bachelor's degree in social work is preferred, or a closely related field. For consideration for this position, please send a resume to employment@chamblisscenter.org with the name of the position in the subject line by the end of the day on August 2, 2019.

Executive Director- Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga

collective philanthropy to lead the non-partisan advocacy work of this 11-year old organization. With support from a board of 22 Chattanooga leaders, the WFGC is a local expert on issues relating to women and girls and expects its Executive Director (ED) to lead the organization to a new level of professional capacity with energized vision, leadership, and strategic growth. Embodying the characteristics of a social entrepreneur, the WFGC’s ED will engage Chattanoogans through advocacy and philanthropy to shift local and state legislation to improve the lives of women and children. As the face of the WFGC and with the support of two additional staff members, a $250,000 annual budget, and assets of approximately $500,000, the ED works with the board and staff to create an annual advocacy agenda, coordinates various partnerships, and raises philanthropic funds to move Tennessee from 49th for the status of women in the United States to number one.

Transportation/Driver- Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga

Immediate opening for part-time driver (Mondays) for local non-profit, Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga. Could include additional time on Tuesdays/Wednesdays as well – Approximately 8-12 hours per week. Driver will be part of a team transporting mostly seniors to doctor visits, grocery store, exercise classes, bank, etc. Must have clean driving record. Driver will use agency vehicles for transportation, not personal vehicle. Candidates should be courteous, friendly, and respectful. $10-12 per hour.

Fall 2019 Outreach Intern- Floor Covering Industry Foundation

Increases the exposure of the organization to potential grant applicants who 1) have worked in the floorcovering industry for 5+ years, 2) have extreme financial need, and 3) are experiencing a life-altering medical condition. Works with grant applicants and potential applicants to gain needed employment, financial, and medical documentation and assists in completing the application for assistance. Prepares budgets for grant applicants. Assists in marketing activities and fundraising campaigns. Maintains confidentiality and privacy of all records. Attends community meetings, industry events, trainings, and volunteer projects as needed, as well as other duties as assigned.

Residential Specialist- CRC- The Next Door

Mission: The Next Door provides a continuum of evidence-based substance abuse and mental health services for women in an environment of faith and healing to restore hope and a lifetime of recovery.

Summary: 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. In cooperation with the other Residential relief specialist, the hours are Monday thru Friday, 3:30pm – 7:30pm.

Part-Time Middle School Math Teacher- Bethel Bible Village

Bethel Bible Village is a faith-based residential home for children of families in crisis. Located on the Bethel Bible Village campus in Hixson, TN, Bethel Christian Academy (BCA) is a non-public Christian college preparatory school, providing a smaller classroom environment.

We are currently seeking a part-time middle school math teacher to teach two math blocks approximately 3 hours/day 5 days/week for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)- Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

Under the general supervision of the Nursing Coordinator and the Medical Director, the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) will perform forensic medical exams on victims of sexual assault. The forensic medical exam involves a detailed history, a physical assessment including a pelvic exam, the collection of evidence, and the administration of prophylactic medications. The SANE must ensure confidential, quality care for victims by attending to physical, emotional, and educational needs of each patient. The SANE may also serve as a witness providing objective observations for cases in the judicial system and may participate in a multidisciplinary team that reviews current cases for ongoing coordination.

This is a contract position that requires a minimum of four (4) twelve-hour on-call shifts each month. Scheduling is determined one month in advance. The SANE must adhere to all agency and program policies and procedures to ensure quality care. SANE education and training can be obtained after hire and will be partially reimbursed by the organization. Training may take several months to complete.

Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director- United Way of Rhea County

The Administrative Assistant will work directly for, and with, the Rhea County Executive Director to ensure organizational effectiveness. The primary functions for this role include supporting the Rhea County United Way (RCUW) Board Chair & Executive Director, managing projects, completing tasks related to the Executive Director’s meetings and priorities, scheduling/meeting reminders/logistics/etc.for the Board of Directors and the Executive Director, assisting the Executive Director with financial tasks, and ensuring that internal and external executive tasks are completed accurately and on-time. The position will require strong communication skills, digital marketing activities, social media presence, and will interface with both internal and external stakeholders on a daily basis. Excellent customer service skills, a focus on solutions, a positive attitude, and attention to detail are required.

Vice President of Community Impact- The United Way of Greater Chattanooga

The Vice President of Community Impact is a leader and champion of United Way of Greater Chattanooga’s critical community impact work, which drives our vision of a community where everyone achieves their full, human potential through education, stability and healthy living. You help set the strategic direction of this work using community-building knowledge and data to inform and develop long term strategies for needs assessment, community investment planning, outcome measurement and program innovation, overseeing our community investment policies and processes to ensure dynamic responsiveness to changes in community needs and conditions.

You lead a dedicated Community Impact Team and ensure alignment, execution and progress towards UWGC goals. You oversee key, transformational impact initiatives and provide thought leadership to UW leadership teams and the community. You represent UWGC in specific community initiatives and use our deep connections to bring the right volunteer talent to our impact advisory committees and investment teams. You model our commitment to excellent customer service by cultivating collaborative relationships with nonprofit, government and business sectors, building partnerships and consensus on priorities through dialogue and data-based examination of community assets and needs.

Content Coordinator- The United Way of Greater Chattanooga

We are looking for an accomplished, results driven Content Coordinator to take the lead in developing compelling content that empowers individuals to impact our community for the better. As a 97-year-old organization that has renovated itself to have the attitude and posture of a startup, United Way relies on inbound marketing activities to educate the public, generate demand, nurture leads, convert and empower our donors. We’re looking for a data-driven storyteller who is hungry to increase these efforts and execute alongside an incredible team of marketers working hard to scale impact in Greater Chattanooga.

A successful Content Coordinator will be passionate about making our donor’s the hero with compelling storytelling through digital communication. You will work closely with multiple teams, both internal and external, to ensure consistency through digital, print and traditional communication channels. Working alongside the Director of Marketing and Marketing Coordinator, you will develop the voice, tone and consistent output of content that drives our community to engage.

Continuum of Care (CoC) Liaison- Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition (CRHC)

Develop relationships, improve coordination, and increase engagement with homeless service agencies and other stakeholders throughout the CoC 11 county service area. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to conducting and entering assessments, serving as a homeless advocate, coordinating outreach efforts, and serving as a housing navigator or benefits specialist. This is an AmeriCorps position.

What is AmeriCorps?

We recognize that people can serve their country in a multitude of ways, including military and civilian service. We value each and every way an individual is called to serve. AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 men and women in intensive service each year through more than 15,000 non-profits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith based groups across the country. AmeriCorps members help communities tackle pressing problems while mobilizing millions of volunteers for the organizations they serve. Members gain valuable professional, educational and life experience that has a lasting impact on the members and the communities they serve.

SOAR Benefits Specialist- Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition (CRHC)

SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) is a model that helps individuals experiencing or at-risk for homelessness who have mental illness and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder or other medical impairments apply for Social Security disability benefits.

This is an AmeriCorp position.

What is AmeriCorps?

We recognize that people can serve their country in a multitude of ways, including military and civilian service. We value each and every way an individual is called to serve. AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 men and women in intensive service each year through more than 15,000 non-profits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith based groups across the country. AmeriCorps members help communities tackle pressing problems while mobilizing millions of volunteers for the organizations they serve. Members gain valuable professional, educational and life experience that has a lasting impact on the members and the communities they serve.

Senior Director, Talent- The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce

The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce seeks a highly collaborative, innovative problem-solver with the experience, skills and educational background required to design and implement creative solutions to the talent recruitment, development and retention issues facing employers in this rapidly growing region. The successful candidate must have practical understanding from the employer perspective of skills required in a wide variety of careers, grasp of the skills gaps that currently exist and an entrepreneurial approach in adapting to rapidly changing technical requirements of work. Key skills include adaptive excellence, analytical thinking, innovative/creative thinking, entrepreneurial mindset, consensus building and political savvy.

Sexual Assault Advocate & Case Manager–Victim Services- The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

Under general supervision of the RCC Program Manager, provides direct services to victims of sexual assault and/or friends and family members of victims and community outreach regarding sexual assault and access to services available. The Advocate performs all related activities including: 1) assessment, 2) providing information and referral, 3) hotline counseling, crisis intervention; and crisis counseling 4) linking with appropriate agency and community resources, 5) advocating on the victim’s behalf (i.e. court advocacy), and 7) public awareness and outreach activities.

Account Manager- WTCI

WTCI serves a 35-county region in the Tennessee Valley. The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate an enthusiastic and detail-oriented approach to promoting underwriting opportunities to businesses and organizations in this territory. Job responsibilities involve managing, prospecting and closing sales activities for corporate support of WTCI’s programs and productions while maintaining a defined monthly goal. This is an exempt position.