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Category Archives: Non-Profit / Social Services
The Collective Blueprint is a local non-profit working with young adults to reach living wage careers and economic mobility. We are currently hiring two AmeriCorps VISTAs to drive our Alumni and Community Engagement.
ITNMemphis™, an innovative non-profit with the mission to provide affordable, dignified, personal transportation to seniors and the visually impaired. ITNMemphis is a local affiliate of ITNAmerica a national non-profit with over 20 years of experience.
The Administrative Manager has overall responsibility for future and economic sustainability of the senior transportation service under the guidance of the Board of Directors. His/her primary responsibilities include grant writing, fundraising, public relations and community outreach, operations and financial management, and Board development.
Fundraising and Community Outreach
1. Assure that long- and short-term fundraising program development and goals are established and met, including but not limited to the Annual Appeal, the Adult Child Membership Campaign, grant writing, planned giving, community relationships, and any other campaigns or outreach efforts.
2. Build community relations with corporations, businesses and sponsorships that want to invest in solving the critical social issue of providing transportation to seniors and the visually impaired.
It’s our favorite time of the year – Kettle Season! Join our team as we ring the bell and help deliver the joy of Christmas!
Apply online at: www.salvationarmycareers.org
(Req. Number: 4547 & 4548)
No experience/education needed!
Financial Rights Advocate/Reviewer
DRT is looking for a financial rights advocate/reviewer to be part of an expanding team. This position is responsible for the review of Social Security Administration (SSA) representative payees to ensure compliance, as well as education of representative payees regarding responsibilities and resources. This position seeks to ensure that individuals with disabilities who are social security beneficiaries are protected from financial misuse, mismanagement, or fraud.
This position will work in the West Tennessee Regional Office in Memphis, as well as travel extensively throughout West Tennessee and possibly to other regions of the state. Overnight travel may on occasion be required for this position. Day to day work will take place in a variety of settings including beneficiary’s homes, community locations, or representative payee offices.
This position reports directly to the Director of Advocacy-West Tennessee. This is a non-exempt professional position.
- Conduct site visits to interview representative payees, beneficiaries, and legal guardians Review confidential and private financial records
- Document observations and collect evidence and information of value to report to the Social Security Administration regarding the wellbeing of beneficiaries and representative payee execution of requirements
- Review and analyze financial records to assess violations or potential incidents of mismanagement of beneficiary funds
- Conduct visits to beneficiary housing to identify possible health and safety violations, and ensure appropriate use of beneficiary funds
- Prepare comprehensive reports detailing the interviews, financial reviews, site visit, referrals and recommendations
- Develop corrective action plans to assist representative payees in conforming to requirements specified by the Social Security Administration
- Participates in outreach, information gathering, presentations, and trainings as needed to further the program
- Collaborates with Director of Community Relations to develop content for newsletter articles, social media, annual report, and other publications.
- Assists the Program and Quality Director as needed in the completion of required reports including but not limited to annual Program Performance Reports and reports to DRT’s Board of Directors.
- Participates in professional development activities.
- Performs other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director, Director of Advocacy, or Program and Quality Director.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
345 Adams Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m
Named a Memphis area Top Workplace for multiple years offering excellent benefits, come learn more about working for Meritan!
Meet with hiring managers, apply for jobs on-site, interview immediately after your application, and possibly leave with a job that day! Be sure to bring your resume!
We are hiring for:
- Case Manager
- Family Model Caregiver (F)
- Home Care Specialists (P)
- Home Care Specialists (Personal Care Attendant) (P)
- Registered Nurse (RN) (F)
Benefits include vacation and sick leave, health, dental, vision insurance and more. Click below to learn more!
We will also have information about our Senior Job Traning and Employment Program.
Barron Heights CDC has a case manager position available.
It is required that the applicant has a Bachelor’s of Social Work degree in Human Services or with a degree in a related field of the social work discipline.
The applicant must have knowledge of computer software applications, possesses advanced interpersonal skills. Skilled and proficient in applying highly technical principles, concepts and techniques that are central to a health care professional. Applicant must have no less than 2 years of professional experience in the social work field, or have 3 years of experience in working with the homeless and/or displaced veterans who have multiple issues. Applicant must have the ability to work in a fast pace atmosphere and must be proactive. Applicant must be teachable and self-motivated.
The Case Manager salary is hourly based and paid bi-weekly. After the first year of employment, the Barron Heights CDC offer employees an annual vacation and the opportunity for obtaining Health Insurance.
Starting salary is negotiable.
Please! Only seriously interested individuals provide a professional resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Please be advised that No Phone Calls will be accepted
Job Title: Development Coordinator
Reports To: Vice President of Development
Job Code: Department: Development
Salary Grade: $34,279-$42,851
Please apply at: http://www.porterleath.org
Under the direction of the Vice President of Development, the Development Coordinator will assist with various departmental activities including but not limited to: advancing the agency’s mission through successful fundraising, event support, and representing the agency at community events.
This position does not include any supervisory responsibilities.
Essential Job Functions
1. Fundraising through new partnerships and relationships, in addition to maintaining existing donors.
2. Compliance with deadlines to ensure timely operations for the Development Department.
3. Represent Porter-Leath at United Way speaking engagements and other community events; coordinate and calendar United Way events for agency speakers.
4. Lead key areas to ensure the successful implementation of special events, including working shifts at events.
5. Actively manage entry level donors to ensure stewardship and continued giving.
6. Works with the Engagement Manager to solicit support from volunteer groups.
7. Work with the Communication Manager to organize and maintain email databases
8. Provide support in the area of media content generation and publication, including image and video design.
9. Complete event logistics under the supervision of the Vice President of Development.
10. Work with Development Associate to ensure all communication campaign lists are prepared prior to printing and that collateral is printed, assembled, and mailed appropriately.
11. Present Porter-Leath to public audiences through effective communication and interaction with groups, community resources, staff, management and Board members.
12. Conduct new donor prospecting and research.
13. Contribute to team effort by performing other duties as assigned.
Job Description Facilities Manager
Reports to: Executive Director
Hours: Full time. Tuesday through Saturday. Additional hours (nights and weekends) may be required.
Mission and Description of the Metal Museum
The Metal Museum is the only museum of its kind in the country dedicated to the advancement of the art and craft of fine metalwork. The Museum engages the metals community and the surrounding region through exhibitions, collections of fine metalwork, educational programs and publications featuring artists of national and international importance to the field. The permanent collection and exhibition program reflect a wide range and mixture of metalsmithing, including ferrous and nonferrous metals, hollowware, jewelry and architectural elements. With its unique focus on artwork and fine crafts made in metal, the Metal Museum helps initiate and promote dialogue and understanding of the field and its relevance in our modern culture.
Purpose To manage the design, planning, construction and maintenance of equipment, machinery, buildings, grounds and other facilities. The position plans, budgets, schedules, oversees and often performs facility modifications, including estimates on equipment, labor materials and other related costs.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities 1. Oversee the cleaning, maintenance and landscaping of the buildings and grounds. 2. Develop a plan for and perform routine maintenance of equipment, buildings and grounds 3. Schedule and oversee maintenance service providers, including but not limited to landscaping, garbage and recycling pick up, mosquito abatement and plumbers. 4. Manage preventive maintenance of facility equipment, including HVAC, lighting and office equipment, cleaning of drains and gutters. 5. Develop budgets for, schedule and oversee non-routine facility and grounds maintenance and improvement projects, including cost estimates, timelines and project oversight 6. Oversee and inspect construction and installation progress provided by outside contractors. 7. Assist with grounds rentals and special events. 8. Assist with exhibition planning, furniture design and fabrication, lighting, installation and other responsibilities as needed. 9. Provide assistance with special projects, as needed. Work Environment Work is regularly performed in a combination of office and shop environments with exposure to dust, odors, oil, fumes and noise. Ongoing responsibilities include painting (indoor and outdoor), preventative maintenance on HVAC systems, light electrical and plumbing, irrigation repair, fountain pump maintenance, set up and break down for events and grounds rentals, and light landscaping and carpentry. Must be able to lift 75 lbs.
Other Responsibilities 1. Inform Executive Director of issues or progress. 2. This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Education: Bachelor’s degree
Experience: Minimum of three to five years of progressive experience and responsibility in a maintenance field.
License/Certification(s): Valid driver’s license
Skills/Abilities Strong interpersonal skills Ability to communicate clearly and concisely Detail oriented Strong organizational and problem-solving skills Project Management
Compensation and Benefits The salary range is $37,000 – $42,000.
Benefits include health insurance and a 3% Simple IRA employer match after two years of employment.
To Apply Send cover letter, resume and three references to Carissa Hussong, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, no phone calls.
Grace St. Luke Episcopal School is currently hiring part-time staff to work in our ACE After School Program for the 2019-2020 school year.
Our ideal candidate is ambitious, creative, and caring, with experience working with children. Responsibilities include ensuring the safety and well-being of children in the program, supervising and engaging with students, facilitating snack, creating and implementing activities, guiding and supporting children in their development of interpersonal skills, and maintaining great relationships with students and parents. Desire to work in a fast-paced setting as part of a team is a must.
The hours are 1:30 to 6:00pm Monday- Friday. Additional hours during holiday care may be available.
To apply, please send your resume to email@example.com.
Girl Scouts is hiring a Volunteer Care Specialist!
We’re looking for the best and the brightest for this full-time, salaried positions with benefits. This position requires night and weekend availability, necessitating travel and non-traditional work hours at times. Additionally, this position will have individual and team-based pieces to their job responsibilities.
To apply, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the position that you are applying for in the subject line.
Volunteer Care Specialist for the Greater Memphis Area
This position will be based out of our Memphis office and will function primarily in volunteer, troop and service unit support. The person filling this role can expect to work very closely with the volunteers in their region, providing support and guidance to troop and service unit operations. This person’s work will also have an emphasis on onboarding and training volunteers, membership retention efforts, volunteer recognitions and appointments, meeting attendance and adult leadership facilitation.
Interested applicants should respond by Friday, September 6. We plan to begin conducting interviews immediately and hope to bring new employees on as soon as qualified candidates are screened and able to begin employment with GSHS. Salary requirements, official job descriptions and other pertinent information will be discussed and provided throughout the interview process.