We have full-time and part-time openings for Care Specialists at our Emergency Shelter Services. The CCETN Emergency Shelter Services are 24/7 staffed emergency shelters. The Emergency Shelter Services are 24/7 staffed shelters for children and seniors. Employees are cross-trained at both shelters. Our employees enjoy a casual work environment, opportunities for development, and a real opportunity to make a difference. A comprehensive benefit package is offered.
Proof of high school degree or equivalent is required. 1-3 years experience within a social agency is preferred. Click Here for the full description.
"We are an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran.”
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a background check.
This employer uses E-Verify.
Catholic Charities of East Tennessee has an immediate opening for a Program Leader for our Columbus Home Assisting Parents (CHAP I) program serving the Knoxville area. CHAP is a home-based parent education and supportive service that provides parenting education, crisis intervention, and case management for families experiencing life stressors that impact parenting abilities. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Services or related field. A comprehensive benefit package is offered. Click Here for the full description. To apply submit resume to HR@ccetn.org. Please indicate “Program Leader – CHAP” in the subject line.
Catholic Charities of East Tennessee (CCETN) is providing an opportunity for a Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator (AmeriCorps VISTA member). This VISTA member will manage volunteers and promote program service. The VISTA member is responsible for coordinating with program leadership to assess and develop new and exciting volunteer opportunities in order to effectively increase and utilize a volunteer workforce. Additionally, the VISTA member will build the volunteer program using software, great communication skills, and creativity. Along with coordinating, the VISTA member will work with community stakeholders to grow awareness of our programs though outreach. The goal, while having fun, is to grow the active volunteer base, foster community relationships, and increase outreach throughout East Tennessee. For a full job description, please click here.
To apply you must submit an official application through the AmeriCorps VISTA portal.
Applications and cover letters should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate “Program Leader – CHAP" in the subject line.
Catholic Charities of East Tennessee has an immediate opening for an Administrative Assistant at the Johnson City Office of Immigrant Services. This is 15-hour per week opening. This is a great opportunity to learn about immigration law. We are seeking an individual who works collaboratively and independently, takes initiative and responsibility for assigned tasks, has a positive attitude, and demonstrates an interest in learning about immigration law. *** MUST BE FLUENT IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH***
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To apply submit resume to HR@ccetn.org. Please indicate “Care Specialist” in the subject line.
To apply submit resume to HR@ccetn.org. Please indicate “OIS Administrative Assistant” in the subject line.
Catholic Charities of East Tennessee (CCETN) has an immediate part-time opening for a Grant Coordinator. The Grant Coordinator is responsible for securing revenue by determining concepts, gathering and formatting information, writing, and obtaining approvals for existing and new grants for unrestricted operating revenue and designated projects. Must have a Bachelor’s degree. Five years’ experience in grant or proposal writing is preferred. A comprehensive benefit package is offered. Click Here for the full description.
Applications and cover letters should be submitted to email@example.com. Please indicate “Grant Coordinator"
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- Catholic Charities of East Tennessee served more than 3322 individuals last year.
- We offer nine innovative programs to serve anyone with demonstrated need, regardless of religious affiliation.
- We estimate that fewer than 5% of the neighbors we serve Catholic.
- Children who are victims of abuse, neglect, or other endangerment.
- Seniors, including the homebound, the homeless, and victims of elder abuse.
- Women and men preparing for the arrival of an unplanned baby.
- Homeless individuals living with HIV/AIDS or with chronic mental health issues.
- Families in hardship, including immigrants, refugees, and rural Appalachian families.